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The 1964 


KALEIDOSCOPE 


Middlebury College 
Middlebury, Vermont 


TABLE OF CONTENTS 


F acuity 



Activities 



Student Life . . . 36 




Sports 


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Greeks 


Senior s 


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DEDICATION 



James I. Armstrong 




Because in one short year he has won our admiration and 
respect and given our lives greater meaning by his high ideals 
and dynamic personality. 

Because his clear foresight and sincere cor cern have taught 
us to value the present and plan for the future, 

Because his firm sense of justice and uncompromising stand- 
ards have created a new pride in Middlebury, 

Because his presence makes us aware of our shortcomings 
and his confidence makes us strive to use our best abilities, 

Because we see in him all we want to be, and because he is 
already one of us. 

We dedicate this book to President James I. Armstrong. 



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FACULTY 









James I. Armstrong, President 

ADMINISTRATION 



Walter E. Brooker, Vice President 



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Joan G. Bowker, Dean of Faculty 




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Elizabeth B. Kelly, Dean of Women 



Thomas H. Reynolds, Dean of Men 







House Directors: Front Row : J. Senateur, B. Klein, P. Martinez, L. Wentworth. Row Two: R. Cilley, L. Metcalf, E. Meiklejohn, D. Ransford, 
F. Martin. 


Betty J. Young; Barbara A. Wells,, Director of Admissions for Women. 




Fred F. Neuberger, Director of Admissions for Men. 





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HUMANITIES 



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Henry B. Prickett, English 




Lockwood Merriman, English 


David J. Littlefield, English 







George W Bohlke, English 



John T. Andrews, Philosophy 



Visvaldis V. Klive, Philosophy 


John F. Butler, English 











Rev. Charles P. Scott, Chaplain 


Victor L. Nuovo, Religion 


Chandler A. Potter, Drama 






Posted-Date: Tue, 22 Apr 1997 22:55:56 -0500 (CDT) Date: Tue, 
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I have had a few responses to the Healy painting "inventory" 
but surely there are more "collectors" out there. Maybe its 
only us old folks from the '60's who have them and not enough 
of us are on the internet. I know one luddite in Shelburne 
who barely tolerates this medium has a painting or two, so I 
suspect he is the norm. 

Does anyone know whether it is still possible to buy one? 
Ddoes the college have a decent collection of them and does 
any other college or school? So, now maybe it is time to 
exchange AKDH stories; is it possible to paint watercolors 
without smoking Gaulloises? Anyone have a good picture of 
him? There is the classic one in the yearbook of '64 or '65 of 
him in the coffee shop of the cafeteria, the everpresent 
Gaulloise (spelling is off I know. . . ) . . .my brand of choice for 
a time before quitting completely in 1985. Two or three a day 
was all I could handle, but they were great.. 



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Ursula Heibges, Classics 


FOREIGN 

LANGUAGES 


Mischa Foyer, Russian 


William Harris, Classics 


Berthe 0. Normano, Russian 




Werner Neuse, German 


Barbel Klein, German 


John S. Roberts, German 




Ludwig Buttner, German 


Peter Berndt, German 




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Claude L. Bourcier, French 



Genevieve Mezennec, French 



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Josette J. Senateur, French 


Jean A. Vadon, French 



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Catherine T. Centeno, Spanish 




Pilar Martinez, Spanish 




Samuel Guarnaccia, Spanish 


Alberto Gil Novales, Spanish 


James M. Watkins, French 





Donald A. Campbell, Teacher Training 


Norman W. Ofslager, Sociology-Anthropology 


Rudolf K. Haerle, Sociology-Anthropology 


Norman B. Schwartz, Sociology-Anthropology 


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SOCIAL SCIENCES 






C. Leonard Hoag, Political Science 


Paul Nelson, Political Science 




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E. Ann Pottinger, History 






David K. Smith, Economics 


Karl L. Anderson, Economics 


John T. Wenders, Economics 






Klaus H. Wolff, Economics 


John V. Craven, Economics 



















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J. Rowland lllick, Geography 


NATURAL 

SCIENCES 




John G. Bowker, Mathematics 






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Benjamin F. Wissler, Physics 






Robert R. Sheehan, Physical Education 




John J. Kelly, Physical Education 


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Erkki W. Mackey, Physical Education 


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 





Mary E. Lick, Physical Education For Women 




Joseph J. Morrone, Wendell F. Forbes, Physical Education 



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Richard H. Maeder, ROTC 



Charles P. Spalding, George H. Patrick III, Richard E. Powell, Richard A. Burr, ROTC. 


Forrest Baldwin, Jr., Charles E. McClain, Walter A. McGuire, Kenneth E. McCreary, Melvin A. Rand, ROTC. 














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STUDENT LIFE 





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Here it all begins — as anxious fresh- 
men and self-assured upperclassmen 
alike descend upon the provincial calm 
that is Middlebury . We stop to look about 
us , attempting to gain a true perspective 
of what we can do for Middlebury , what 
it can do for us. 













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Freshman Week is an introduction, at first stilted and 
awkward. With time, though, comes an uneasy acceptance 
of Middlebury and of each other. Gradually we become a 
part of Midd tradition, no longer just a freshman, but 
an integral member of the college community. 


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It is in the classroom that our thoughts are 
formed and our ideas born. Here, too, we ex- 
perience our greatest sense of achievement and 
our deepest depression. Within this aggregate, 
we find ourselves by finding others and through 
a process of searching discover our ultimate 
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In the library we ask our questions — upon 
finding the answers we are faced with greater 
questions which demand , in turn, more compre- 
hensive answers. As the academic day ends,, we 
leave our secluded desk, secure in the knowledge 
that we will come again to read and search and 
ask. 




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Because we are many, our interests are many, and 
because we are one, these interests fuse and take 
shape as we pursue them together. We write, broadcast, 
build and create — and from it all comes a pattern of 
common aspiration, an organization. 






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Homecoming— when we try to 
match the alums' frantic spirit, 
when the upperclassmen realize 
that they can't quite remember the 
words to the cheers, and when the 
freshmen throw off their demoraliz- 
ing beanies. A "high" point of the 
fall, both on the field and off 







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Dorm life means being together. Whether go- 
ing through the mechanical motions of a 7 A.M. 
breakfast , ironing a shirt to the music of your 
roommate's hi-fi, making the trek to Foley s for 
the entire corridor, or spending an evening in 
cooperative study, it's a process of sharing. 








Dorm life is M iddlebury’s 
prescription for depression — 
and it works. Laughing together 
is better than an aspirin, and 
every care seems lighter with 
someone nearby to listen. Even 
while enjoying a moment alone, 
we are secure in the knowledge 
of friends close at hand. 



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Sometimes a stillness asserts it- 
self and we find ourselves alone. For 
some of us this calm offers an oppor- 
tunity for realization through reflec- 
tion, while for others it is a chance to 
catch up on some well-earned sleep. But 
for all of us, ids a welcome part of 
any day. 









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As the weeks pass, our lives fall into a comfortable 
pattern — the classroom, the dorm and Proctor forming the 
nucleus of our existence. In the midst of our routine comes 
a wort huh He event to interrupt the ordinary and bring us 
outside of ourselves. 





With the first snowfall the Christ- 
mas spirit arrives at Middlebury. 
Gaily bedecked trees appear in dorm , 
house and Crest Room as holiday 
cheer echoes over the white campus. 
W e join in the merriment, knowing 
that our long-awaited vacation will 
soon become a pleasant reality. 



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The new year brings with it the ex- 
hiliration of a clay at the Bowl — and the 
realization that exams are just around 
the corner. We ski, study, then ski some 
more, knowing that if the hazards of ex- 
ams fail to trip us, we may fall prey to 
those of the slopes. But we take our 
chances — and love it. 


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A pile of snow undergoes an artistic 
transformation — and Carnival arrives at 
Middlebury. As days of relentless planning 
fade miraculously into the background , the 
coronation of Carnival 9 s king and queen 
signals the official commencement of our 
mid-winter festivities . 








Carnival means many things to 
many people — the frosty glitter of the 
Ice Show, the dramatic tension of the 
hockey game, the glamour of Carnival 
Ball, and the relaxing informality of 
Klondike Rush. It's a time for carefree 
living, for letting our hair down .... 






But most of all. Carnival means sunny days at the 
Bowl, for it is here amidst the expectant crowds that the 
essence of Carnival spirit comes to the fore. As the 
talented skiers exhibit their prowess on the slopes, 
we gather in a cheering throng to encourage our team 
to a well — deserved victory. 




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us, we seek our relief in the village of Middle - 
bury. So close yet so far from academic pres- 
sures, we observe and are observed. Often we 
complain of confinement — but perhaps we are 
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it, the snow disappears and 
leaves begin to show them- 
selves on barren trees. The 
campus takes on the air of 
spring, as raccoon coats and 
snow boots give way to sweat- 
ers and sneakers. We gravitate 
to the out-of-doors, still 
wondering if winter has bid 
us its final goodbye. 



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As the days grow warmer and the campus greener, 
the bleakness of winter becomes but a memory. Proctor 
terrace usurps the Crest Room's popularity; Lake Dun- 
more becomes the favorite spot for an afternoon of re- 
laxation. Spring encompasses Middlebury and the end 
looms close at hand. 






ACTIVITIES 





MORTAR BOARD -Front Row: J. Waller (President). Row Two: M. Lam, K. Swanson, D. Crehan, S. Hanson, J. Arnold, 
L. Webster. 












BLUE KEY Front Row: M. Heaney, K. Van Winkle, D. Elmore (President), D. Holmes, C. Forster. Row Two: J. Joseph, D. Yeomans, G. 
Bingham, W. Weld, K. Megathlin, T. Carey, A. Reilly, J. Riker. Row Three: R. Ide, R. Johnson, R. Maine, E. Levinson, J. McCormack, P. 
Hanson, C. Connor, R. Lewandowski. 



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Both individually as leaders in academic and extracur- 
ricular groups on campus, and collectively as honor societies, 
the members of Blue Key, Waubanakee, and Mortar Board at- 
tempt to translate into action and specific attitudes the 
ideals of leadership, scholarship and service. 

Serving at freshman orientation, sporting events, and 
Inauguration, the three organizations have adapted their 
programs to fill in the margins between subject-oriented 
groups on campus. With the spirit of service as a guide, their 
leadership and sportsmanship have epitomized worthwhile 
personal experience, their scholarship has found a context, 
and their dedication has found meaning in the traditions and 
life of a liberal arts college. 


For some Middlebury students excellence, impressive 
feats and consistent accomplishment are commonplace. 
Theirs are fulfilled aspirations, a record of academic ex- 
cellence, an undertow of ambition that never slackens, and 
a striving for new intellectual horizons. Admired, respected 
and emulated-this is Phi Beta Kappa at Middlebury. 



PHI BETA KAPPA- Front Row: J. Waller, M. Lam. Row Two: R. Taylor, M. Mandel, 
G. Cummings. Not Pictured: R. Reese. 


WAUBANAKEE: J. Joseph, R. Maine, M. Heaney. 



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SOPHOMORE GUIDES- Front Row: L. Lapham, C. Brown. Row Two: V. Neely, B. Bell, V. Backus, D. Watson, N. 
Cushman, P Williams, S Hellier, S. Burrington, J. Kehl, K. Patterson, D. Donaker, C. Sharp, D. Dain, G. Akley, A 
Parker, P. Shortell, M. Faulkner, C. Buck, H. Hartley. Row Three: M. Ryder, P. Frey, J. Pollard, J. Gear, M. Cotton, 
C. Knox, A. Canedy, D. Kepple, C. Tarbox, N. Hornaday, C. Estabrook, C. Stetson, L. Marean. 


With pride in our accomplishments and with realization of in- 
dividual needs, we share our knowledge of Middlebury with those 
who hope to follow us. 


SOPHOMORE GUIDES — Front Row: D. Frese, W. Whipple. Row Two: F. Carlson, D. Davis, R. Washburne, D. Richardson, C. Minnich, D. Lodding, P 
Upson, R. Andrews, D. Donahue, D. Schick, F. Allen, L. Babcock, H. Stone, G. Mitchell, A. Elfner, J. Valby, G. McAleer, K. MacAuley, M. Matthews, M. 
Miller, T Yaw, M. O'Reilly, W. Halli well, G. Whyte, G. Govertsen, R. Adamec, R. Watson, J. Ragsdale. 





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JUNIOR COUNSELORS: L. Oliver, C. Breckenridge, H. Winkler, E. Palenske, J. MacCormack, B. Clive, N. Logan, R. Ingersoll, R. Tomasi, 
L. Wheeler, A. Neely, AA. Dupuis, S Brinkman, P. Child, C. Curtiss, A. Goldschmidt, D. Takamune. Not Pictured: S. Githens, H. Chadwick, 
C. Olmstead. 


J.C.'s can be handy people to have around. They are 
veritable storehouses of information on Middlebury 
life: its fashions ("Do I have to wear heels to this lec- 
ture?"), its men ("Do you have a Sophomore New 
Faces?"), and its academics ("How do you interpret 
this line?"). They also abound in knitting patterns, 
aspirin, and advice stemming from two whole years' 
standing as Middlebury women. 


Functioning as policeman, Dean of Men, philosopher 
and friend, the Junior Fellow fits the freshman image of 
the omniscient and omnipotent upperclassman. The 
Junior Fellow's position is one of pleasure and respon- 
sibility. It represents not only a reliving of the first 
problem-filled year of college and a chance to help 
others avoid the mistakes he has made, but also an 
opportunity to develop himself by serving others. 


JUNIOR FELLOWS- Front Row: E. Kronen, P. Teige, M. De Mas, F. Eppenberger, R. Brock, R. Coutts, A. Reilly. Row Two: T. Hopf, P. Delfausse, W. Lord, P. 
Glenn, S. Beebe, J. Murdoch. Row Three: E. Ball, J. Alderman, S. Roser, R. Hall, J. McKay, N. Lowe. 



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MEN S JUDICIAL COUNCIL - R. McLean, R. Ide, M. Heaney (Chief Justice), A. Dewart, R. Maine. 


Occupying a coveted position in the sphere of campus organizations, 
the Student Association maintains its progressive nature by continually 
seeking new methods of improving student government at Middlebury. 
The proposed revision of SA electoral procedures characterizes this pro- 
gressiveness, while consideration of a new, satisfactory honor code and 
the evaluation of all club constitutions illustrate the diversity and the 
complexity of issues dealt with annually by the SA. 

Working closely with the SA are the Men's and Women's Judiciary 
Councils. Interpretation of the college regulations in a variety of situa- 
tions is the foremost task of these councils; this year, both groups have 
concentrated on an updating of such rules. For each member, the func- 
tioning of the councils affords an invaluable experience in human rela- 
tions as well as a lesson in practical application of American judicial 
theory. 



WOMEN'S JUDICIAL COUNCIL - Front Row: A. Messick, K. Swan- 
son (Chief Justice), J. Gear. Row Two: J. Arnold, V Neely, C. 
Breckenridge, E. Fink. 


STUDENT ASSOCIATION CABINET- Front Row: J. MacCormack, J. Sayers (Vice President), E. Levinson, (President), R. Stuart, 
G. Jones, E. Brennen. Row Two: C. Buck, C. Burr, J. Murdoch, C. Smith, R. Mason, N. Lowe, J. Walker, M. McCann, R. Miller, 
S. Brinkmann. 


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STUDENT LIFE — J. Sayers, Dean Bowker, H. Gordon, Dean Reynolds, President Armstrong, E. Levinson, J. McCormack. Not Pictured: Mr. Hinman, Dean Kelly, 
Chaplain Scott, M. Heaney, J. Joseph. 


The Student Life Committee, made up of student leaders and representatives of the faculty and 
administration, is an organization whose primary goal is to promote the coordination of the academic 
community. TheCommittee, under thechairmanship of President Armstrong, has considered, discussed, 
and acted upon women's legislation, the Social Code, and constitutions of recognized undergraduate 
organizations. As the only formal channel for communication between the administration and the stu- 
dent body, Student Life acts as a forum for discussion of ideas often leading to the inauguration of 
new policies. 


The Student Educational Policy Committee (SEPC) 
functions as a central channel through which student 
opinion on academic policy is recognized and passed on 
to the faculty. The Committee this year has been con- 
cerned chiefly with strengthening its position as a sig- 
nificant force on the Middlebury campus, through 
which students might intelligently speak and be heard. 
This strength is the product of student interest and 
support and has gathered momentum through activi- 
ties such as an evaluation of Independent Study pro- 
grams and the investigation of a pre-examination read- 
ing period. 



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SEPC-F. Moreland (Chairman), C. Telfair, D. Crehan, L. Geisen, G. Hunt, J. Buttolph. Not 
Pictured: T. Colvin, E. Sprenger. 





BOARD OF GOVERNORS: R. Coutts, B. Gunther, P Glenn, C. Hoffman, M. Lam (Vice-President), J. McCormack (President), C. Tarbox, J. Sprigman, S. Gillespie. 


Not content to rest on past laurels, the 

I Board of Governors once again this year 

has competently filled a necessary position 
on the Middlebury campus. Sponsoring 
programs such as the Celebrity Series, 
Career Weekend, Four Saturday Nights of 
Folk, as well as various single events such 



as dances and hayrides, the Board has kept 
the social schedule full for both freshmen 
and upperclassmen. In addition, the Board's 
six committees have provided outlets for 
the boundless energy of Middlebury stu- 
dents. 





Girl Scout leaders, piano teachers, party 
givers, and salesgirls- these are the ver- 
satile members of Middlebury's Women's 
Forum. Working to promote a strong town- 
gown relationship, Forum's numerous com- 
mittees are never idle in their philanthropic 


labors. A benefit to village and college com- 
munities alike, the members reap a dual 
reward; not only do they sense pride in 
their accomplishments, but they thoroughly 
enjoy themselves as well. 


WOMEN'S FORUM BOARD -Front Row. R. Friedlander, M. Tuttle, L. Gulick, J Pollard, A. Goldschmidt. V. Fox. Row Two: J. 
Arnold, J. Volkert (Vice-President), B Bailey (President), D. Donaker Row Three: C. Curtiss, P. Rochester, K Patterson, P 
Brown, K. Baker, N Cushman, D. Dain, D. Takamune. Not Pictured: J. Dennison, L. Ramsey, A. Taliak 



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Think I should forward to the "Times"? 


Newspapers serve a community as a medium for the exchange of facts and opinion, for the analysis of 
current situations in the light of past events and future possibilities, and for the stimulation of discussion and 
action on vital subjects. Since 1905, THE CAMPUS has attempted to fulfill this role at Middlebury. It is also a 
laboratory in journalism, educating its staff and editors in the art of uncovering and selecting pertinent material, 
and in the use of discretion and responsible leadership. 


CAMPUS - Front Row: L. Berry, R. Stuart, M. Robinson, D. Crehon, J. Joseph (Editor-in-Chief), A. Kling (Assistant Editor), M. Buffum, A. Schlein. Row Two: W. 
Wilson, N. Thornhill, A. Brown, D. Ells, C. Clegg, B. Booth, C. Sharp, S. Pineau, P. Livingston, C. Zawistoski, A. Agrell. Row Three: D. Westin, P. Kithil, A. Tooker, 
R. Adamec, W. Shelly, R. Hintermaier, J. McCormack, A. Magary, T. Armistead, J. Ragsdale. 







KALEIDOSCOPE- Front Row: R. Griffith, J. Doane, P. Nottage, L. Webster (Editor-in-Chief), C. Thierfelder (Assistant Editor), 
A Johnson, W. Miller. Row Two: R. Skiff, P. Stuart, J. Manross, L. Baird, J. Meyers, M. Wilson, A. Neely, D. Myers. Row Three: 
N. Baker, W. Dyson, S. Shaw, C. Wiley, R. Watson. 


KALEID staff members are busy people- in this hustle and bustle which is Middlebury, we often have a hard 
time slowing the pace down sufficiently so that we may get it into print. 

For that is what we want to do- synthesize the essence of our college year into 200 pages of life and 
motion. We put the yearbook together, giving our existence some kind of focus,- but you have made Kaleidoscope 
what it is. 


This erases, doesn't it? 







GERMAN CLUB - Front Row: A. Thorsson. A Fowler, C. Chase, J. Stafford, S. Emrich, A. Pfeiffer, L. Markham. Row Two: M. McAfee, D. Muller, M Bieri, C. 
Clegg, K Kirchhofer, E. Andersen (President), G. Burckhardt, B. Nelson, R. Tomasi, P. Ajango. Row Three: P. Kenney, B. Baumgartner, F. Lewis, C. Gillen, C. 
MacMackin, R. O'Connell, J. Grier, J. Anctil, B. Shelly, S. Brown, T. Armistead, S. Yerow, C. Steere, B. Clendinning, D. Crehan, J. Engle. 



Language clubs at Middlebury provide a 
chance for everyone who has a real interest 
in the country and language he studies to use 
his adopted tongue creatively and informally, 
as is not always possible in the classroom, 
and to learn about the land and culture. Suc- 
cess depends chiefly on the enthusiasm of the 
group, and activities can range from learning 
German folk dances and singing French Christ- 
mas carols to cooking Spanish delicacies and 
producing Russian plays. Work and fun go 
hand in hand, giving the student a welcome 
boost in his attempt at mastering another 
language. 


RUSSIAN CLUB- Front Row: 1 . Gladieux, P. Weeks, V. Laube, M. Crecelius, S. Trobes, C. Holmes. 

Row Two.- J. Cahill, L. Went;w(5rth (President), J. Blick, R. Parent, J. Denton, Mr. Gonczarow, 

Mr. Foyer, Mrs. Normano. Row Three: C. Deering, E. Henne, T. Sterrett, S. Jones, C. Chase, C. 

Cassaday, A. Thorsson, P. Ajango, J. Eddy, R. Benesh, P. Goodridge, J. Anctil, T. Jackson, M. 

Lea, M. Eddy. 

FRENCH CLUB - Front Row: J. Denton, R. Streeter, M. Crecelius, A. Hamant, P. Ajango. Row Two: L. Markham, 
D. Wells, P. Rochester, M. Tuttle (Co-President), V. Swain (Co-President), C. Steere, K. Nilson. Row Three: D. 
Crehan, M. Buchler, J. Markland, E. Ferlanti, J. O'Donnell, C. Mullis, M. Tallafuss, A. Fowler, C. Cassaday, V. 
Summerton, K. Krall, M. Wilson. 



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SPANISH CLUB -Front Row: B Naylor, L. Schrader, M. Crichton, A Hamant, E Leppman, M. Ryder, R. Streeter, M. Saenz, K. Krall. Row 
Two: P. Ajango, S. Brinkman, J. Whatmore, Senorita Martinez, A. Austin, J. Blanchette, M. Harrington Row Three: S. Scammell, V. 
Laube, E. Henne, M. Tallafuss, N. Frascella, K. MacDonald, J. Anctil, R. Seybolt, J. Gibboney, W. Clarke, W Hays, J. MacCormack, L. 
Fox, J. Smith. Not Pictured: P. Platts (President), C. Carpenter. 


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Keeping pace with the growing na- 
tional interest in the art of film making, 
"Cinema" has expanded its third annual 
program to 18 films, and its member- 
ship to 140 students. The 1963-64 series 
included among its classics "The Red 
Balloon," "The Little Fugitive," "Rosho- 
mon," and "Potemkin." Also reflecting 
the increased interest in this art was the 
festival of Bergman films sponsored by 
"Cinema" for the entire campus. 


"A man's reach must exceed his 
grasp,, or what's a heaven for?" 
Here gt Middlebury, You have not 
even been reaching. You have, per- 
haps, been briefly stagnant- 
slowed and unwound. But now we 
feel somehow that the pendulum 
is swinging through for a deeper- 
ranging interest in creative liter- 
ature on this campus. And sensing 
this, we of FRONTIERS are hope- 
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CINEMA- Front Row: K. Paullin, M. Welch, H. Gordon, C. Scimeca. Row Two: L. Clemmer, J. Manross, 
A. Hebald, M. Walker (Chairman), H. Brown, E. Litwin, S. Phibbs. Row Three: B. Parker, D. Riley, C. 
Moffett. 


FRONTIERS: W. Hays, M. McAfee, A. Hebald, D. Chambers (Editor-in-Chief), A. Messick, K. Forster. 





The theatre is a complex yet ordered microcosm 
in which we find relief from the worries of the world. 
It may seem false, but to us it is very real. We work 
hard because we care, showing sides of ourselves 
that would otherwise remain hidden. 

There is vitality, interest, a sense of working 
together to accomplish a task and to do it well. 
It takes time and energy, but we love every minute 
and cherish every memory. 

We learn to interpret lines, to paint a set, to 
"feel" the part and to design the lighting. We learn 
much and are better as a result. 


PLAYERS- Front Row: R. True, L. Miniclier, R. Simon (President), C. Scimeca. 
Row Two: T. Pendleton, H. Gordon, C. Gibbons, P. Gerbic. Row Three: S. Yerow, 
A. Schlein, N. Spanier. Row Four: C. Van Rooten. 


"The Importance of Being Earnest" 



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'The Masque of Reason" 


School for Wives" 



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ORCHESTRA - Front Row: Mr. Carter (Director), C. Ogden, J. Rowe, P. Ajango, K. Unsworth. Row Two: E. Gorlewski, C. Brodman, 
J. Pratt, R. Lane. 


The chamber-group quality of the orchestra is 
the lure that draws many an aspiring musician to 
pleasant hours of rehearsal in the music studio. 
In such a group, not only is the individual's virtuos- 
ity important, but also his flexibility and ability to 
blend with the whole. With this in mind, we strive 
each day toward a more perfect ensemble. 


The band-this means music at football games, 
half-time entertainment, the excitement of a march- 
ing band. That extra roll of drums at kick-off and 
the victory song after every touchdown add to the 
thrill of any football game. 


BAND: R. McNamara, student director, J. Ramera, trumpet soloist, E. Alexander, A. Austin, H. Barth, S. Boshko, D. Brainard, S. Brown, T. 
Bullard, E Buttolph, J. Buttolph, N. Carter, J. Consoler, D. Deeble, G. Elks, R. Friedlander, E. Hoffman, A. Johnson, R. Kelman, W. Kurimay, 
D. Lacoss, W. Lord, D. McSimon, R. Moore, C. Mullis, F. Myers, A Neeley, B. Nelson, E. Nomis, J. Pratt, G. Sprague, C. Tilford, G. Voland, 
H. Waller, E. Wilson, T. Wright. Twirlers: S. Hanyen, J. Smith, C. Zawistoski. 





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Freshman Week; Midd-Nite ; fraternity parties 
-what make these as great as they are? The 
harmony, comedy and entertainment of the 
Adding dignity and harmony to weekly Chapel 
services, the members of the Middlebury Choir 
raise their voices in song. In special concerts 
and Inauguration as well, the choir offers its 
music as a tribute to the tradition of choral 
excellence here at Middlebury. 


Adding dignity and harmony to weekly Chapel 
services, the members of the Middlebury Choir 
raise their voices in song. In special concerts 
and Inauguration as well, the choir offers its 
music as a tribute to the tradition of choral 
excellence here at Middlebury. 




DISSIPATED EIGHT -Front Row: N. Lowe, M. McCormack, J. Allen, S. Curtis, 
S. Bays, M. Kelley, D. Robinson, J. Liccardi. 


CHOIR -Front Row: C. Swanson, J. Rowe, N. Knight, R. Sharland, L. Wheeler, J. Johnston, D. Hayford, S. Rugg, A. Austin. Row Two: C. Steere, M. 
Harrington, T. Sterrett, E. Henne, C. Holmes, C. Olmstead, A. Johnson, C. Burr, E. Connellee, J. Viehdorfer. Row Three: D. Westen, D. Robinson, 
J. Swartz, S. Cunningham, R. McKerr, P. Delfousse, J. Anctil, S. Curtis, D. Richardson, E. Hann, C. Wildeman. 



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SKYLINE - Front Row: W. Ormsbee, M. DeMas, J. Taylor, N. Meehan, C. Brace, E. DeVilbiss. Row Two: S. Scull, W. West, J. Myers, D. Ells, S. Brink- 
man, J. Dennison, M. Buffum, J. Sheldon. Row Three: H. Neuhauser, C. Smith, P. Lynch, L. Hays. 



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What is Mountain Club? For freshmen, it's the 
excitement of Freshman Outing, the first exhilirat- 
ing tastes of Vermont's colorful falls and snowbound 
winters. For sophomores, it's the pride of becoming a 
Skyline member, and the dutiful acceptance of the 
work that comes with this honor. For junior and 
senior Skyliners, it's the organization and execution 
of hikes, canoe trips, Woodsmen's Weekend, and 
above all Carnival-and the satisfaction of seeing 
a job well-done. For everyone, then, Mountain 
Club is a welcome diversion, a refreshing escape 
from the academic routine. 



Delfausse and Taylor "going down" 


Wendy wanders 




IRC — Front Row: L. Bicknell, D. Muller, J. Denton, C. Steere. Row Two: P. Ajango, E. Litwin, A. Ugoji (President), 
M. Saenz, C. Cassady. Row Three: A. Fowler, C. Gibbons, A. Zwilgmeyer, C. MacMackin, K Ryding E Jorgensen 
J. Thatcher, C. Clegg. 











College students ARE interested in issues of local, national and international importance and DO 
have valuable opinions on these matters. To give students the opportunity for expression, to arouse 
interest in current affairs, to provide a stimulating pastime for members-these are the aims of Midd's 
two political groups. The Young Republican Club and the International Relations Club. 


YOUNG GOP- Front Row: P. Ajango, S. Snyder, M. Welch, M. Madden, L. Buehl. Row Two: W. Youngquist, K. MacAuley (Vice-President), 
S. Heidel (President), T. Hollister, R. Skiff, T. Koch. Row Three: S. Kemmerer, D. Talbott, T. Armistead, R. Myatt, D. Thompson, M. Mont- 
gomery, M. O'Reilly, C. Fulton, J. Ragsdale, D. Cook. 







PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB - Front Row: W. Stiles (President), K. Taschek, M. Walker, A. Twitchell, D. Muller (Vice-President), R. Brock. Row Two: D. 
Westen, J. Auker, R. Lewis. 


A camera, imagination, and interest — these are the 
simple requirements for membership in the Photog- 
raphy Club. This group offers an opportunity for people 
with similar interests to combine ideas, talents, and 
resources. The final results, whether exciting or ex- 
asperating, aid in our seeing, experiencing, and gaining 
insight into the world we occupy. 


For novice and experienced speakers as well, the 
Middlebury Debate Club offers "loquacious" students 
the chance to employ their talents in a meaningful way. 
Imbued with kindred team spirit, the group competes 
annually in numerous tournaments throughout the East, 
testing their knowledge and competence at every step 
along the way. At the Niagara Tournament especially, 
their efforts were rewarded, a fitting tribute to their 
teamwork and dedication. 


DEBATE CLUB-Front Row: B. Pearce, P. Ajango, C. Deering, G. South, L. Dick, A. Bloomquist. Row Two: A. Taliak, A. Jugon, N. Long, J. Beste, B. 
Booth, B. Hoyle, S. Proctor, J. Valby, H. Tolley (President). 





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CANTERBURY CLUB -Front Row: V. Waggoner. J. Thatcher, C. Clegg, P. Rochester. Row Two: L. Emmerich, V. Rou- 
leau, R. Watson, W. Youngquist, D. Smith, S. Kemmerer, N. Boyd, E. Naylor. 


"The College on the Hill" has as its core the Chapel. Its 
image in the winter moonlight awes prospective students, 
inspires alumni and gives strength to the college community. 
In conjunction with the spirit instilled by the Chapel, various 
religious groups are beginning to play a vital part in our 
campus life. Lectures, guest speakers, debates and casual 
get-togethers-all strengthen the bonds between church and 
student body. 



LUTHERAN CLUB -Front Row: A. Goldschmidt, P. Ajango, S. 
Brinkmann. Row Two: T. Koch, C. Olmstead. 


CHAPEL BOARD- Front Row: J. Pollard, C. Swanson, S. Kintner, C. Clegg, A. Taliak. Row 
Two: C. Haas, V. Waggoner, P. Campbell, C. Steere, M. Harrington. Row Three: F. Eppen- 
berger, T. Koch, C. Scott, J. Thatcher, M. Ray. 


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ALL STUDENT FELLOWSHIP- Front Row : E. Henne, W. Youngquist, M. Harrington, C. Swanson, C. 
Steere, R. Benesh. 


CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION -Front Row: R. McNamara (President), W. Sihler, 
R. Engebretson. 




HILLEL- Front Row: S. Yerow (Chairman), M. 
Mandel. Row Two: E. Hoffman, A. Schlein (Vice- 
Chairman). 


NEWMAN CLUB -Front Row: L. Markham, P Hickcox, M. Hickcox, P. Murphy, E Dunphy, M. Madden, L. Dunn, M. Dupuis, L. Bicknell. Row Two: D. Crehan, 
J. Summerton, M. Tuttle, J. Whatmore, A. Gruhn, R. O'Connell, J. Cahill (President), L. Melville, C. Zawistoski, J. Blanchette, J. O'Donnell. Row Three: T. 
LaManna, N. Frascella, J. Addison, T. Clark, W. Steers, P. Upson, T. Keating, G. Mitchell, T. Brady, P. Kovner, P. Thaxter, 0. Hage, B. Nelson, F. Lewis, R. Oliver. 










RELIGION CONFERENCE COMMITTEE - Front Row: S. Scull, E. Sprenger (Co-Chairman), C. Hoffman, L. Petersen. Row Two: J. Hastings, R. 
Coutts, C. Scott, W. Youngquist, E. Ball, P. Glenn, P. Child. Not Pictured: S. Mowry (Co-Chairman), E. Henrici, C. Ghattas, S. Stitham, M. Landa, 
E. Levinson, K. Van Winkle, D. Zarotney. 











In 1963 the Religion Conference launched a new 
lecture-series format enabling one man to present 
his ideas in depth to the campus. Both students and 
faculty explored the relationship between existen- 
tialism and faith with Dr. Carl Michalson of Drew 
University during a highly stimulating and success- 
ful three day conference. 


MIDDLEBURY CONFERENCE COMMITTEE- Front Row: K. Campbell, C. Curtiss, C. Tuttle, L. 
Geisen, K. Paulin (Co-Chairman), T. Colvin. Row Two: E. Clemmer, M. McAfee, K. MacDonald, 
R. Kennedy. Not Pictured: P. Meyer (Co-Chairman), J. Wallach. 



Taking place in the spring, the annual Middlebury 
Conference gives students and faculty an opportun- 
ity to hear and evaluate opinions of qualified lec- 
turers on a controversial topic of general interest. 
This year's subject deals with man's relation to 
science and the relationships of the sciences. A 
challenge to faculty and students alike, the MiHHIe- 
bury Conference is a time of intellectual enlighten- 
ment and accomplishment. 











CARNIVAL COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN - Front Row: S. Scull, 0. Woodman, P. Platts, P. Lynch (Chairman), L. Hays (Chairman), M. Buffum, S. Brinkmann, 
J. Sheldon. Row Two: W. West, H. Winkler, T. Hollister, J. Sprigman, M. DeMas, W. Ormsbee, R. Stuart, J. Dennison, J. Myers. Row Three: D. Cook, 
C. Smith, C. Forster, E. DeVilbiss, J. Taylor, L. Gray, J. Walker, N. Meehan. 


Out of the bleak gray daze of February, Middlebury's 
colorful Winter Carnival suddenly erupts. Its appearance is 
not completely unexpected, however,- student committees, 
working months in advance, have obtained big-name enter- 
tainment and top-notch skiing competition. Two days of 
snow-sculpture competition, incredible parties, and high 
aspirin consumption-all these are representative of Middle- 
bury's most exciting and most remembered weekend. 


"WRMC, the voice of Middlebury, 750 on your radio dial," 
features good music, news, and editorials eleven hours a 
day, six days a week. Its versatile staff produces regular 
broadcasts, as well as hockey and football games and special 
discussions. Heard in all fraternities and dormitories, WRMC 
boasts of broadcasting something for everyone. 


WRMC - Front Row: J. Buffum, D. Cook, D. Chambers, W. Michaels. Row Two: K. Robinson, W. Steers, P. Prentiss, P Ballou, J. Starr, 
C. Andrew. Row Three: M. McCann, D. Ballin, R. Coutts, E. Weissman, J. Murdoch, A. Murphy, N. Carter, F. Woods, G. Bingham, D. 
Lund, R. O'Connell, J. Dreves, D. Eliot. Not Pictured: J. Alderman. 



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CHEERLEADERS- Front Row: D. Dain, C. Tarbox, N Hornodoy, K. Kutchera, 0. Woodman Row Two: W. Whipple, 
R. Kettell, D. Frese, D. Davis. Not Pictured: R. Tall, L. Marean. 


Man moved before he uttered a 
single word. His heartbeat offered 
an innate rhythmical impulse . . . 
And so we, too, leap, thrust, turn, 
stretch, and stride through space, 
defying gravity and becoming, for 
one brief moment-godlike! 



DANCE CLUB-Front Row N. Spanier (President), M. Swan, S. Phibbs. Row Two: C. Van Rooten, P Jackson, C. 
Thierfelder. 


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YACHT CLUB-Front Row.- D. Myers, W. Pohlman, P Nottage, S. Gordon (Commodore), J. Vollmer. 
Row Two: J. Van Nostrand, G. McAleer, F. Woods, T. Turnbull. 



A fresh breeze, blue sky, bright sun-and over- 
worked Midd students head to Dunmore for a re- 
laxed afternoon of sailing. Then too, fall and 
spring weekends may find some of our heartier 
members racing for the blue and white in inter- 
collegiate regattas. But whether it's sailing for 
competition or pleasure, we'd hate to do without 
it. 


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LIFE GUARDS- Front Row: L. Horr, L. Calligaro (Head Guard), L. Gulick. Row Two: T. Tall, S. Brinkmann, L. Baird, A. Fair- 
banks, J. Henne, J. Weller. 


With the long-awaited completion of the new Arthur 
Brown Pool, Middlebury lads and lasses are finally in the 
swim. Watched over attentively by an experienced Life 
Guard Corps, student and faculty are thoroughly enjoying 
their first dip. 


Overcoming inexperience with enthusiasm, members of 
the "Barracuda Blues," the synchronized swim club, 
step into their "Time Machine"-and produce a water 
show abounding in talent and timing. A new treat for 
spectators and participants alike, the show brings a 
bevy of untapped skill to the attention of the campus 
community. 


SYNCHRONIZED SWIM CLUB-L. Baird (President), F. Mahlmann, C. Hines, D. Kepple. S Bunce. C. Merchant, J. Henne, 
L. Horr, P. Watt. 



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MEN'S ATHLETIC COUNCIL- Front Row: M. Heaney, D. Yeomans, D. Holmes, R. Lewandowski, P. Hanson, K. Van Winkle. Row Two: D. 
Miller, R. Maine, W. Weld, R. Hintermaier, D. Elmore. 


Consisting of varsity captains and managers, sports ad- 
ministrators, and faculty representatives, the Athletic Coun- 
cil carries on a dialogue of commentary and criticism in re- 
gard to Middlebury athletics. As the student body expands 
and the status of Middlebury's athletics is brought more 
clearly into focus, the importance of this group is being 
greatly enhanced. 




WOMEN'S RECREATION ASSOCIATION -S. Scull, S. Hellier, C. Olmsted, L. Oliver, S. Githens, A. Brown. 



Sports on the distaff side of campus are ably organized 
and directed by the Women's Recreation Association. Behind 
the scene planners, the members of WRA coordinate inter- 
sorority and freshmen competition throughout the year. They 
also help to organize intercollegiate sports days, held in 
conjunction with several nearby schools. 









SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS -M. Howden, J. Beattie. Missing: L. Ramsey. 


SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS-N. Baker, K. Swanson, R. Maine. 


JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS - P. Child, T. Carey, H. Winkler. 


FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS— J. Coffin, L. Rebucci, G. Olinger. 



SPORTS 






GOLF 


1962-1963 GOLF RESULTS 


Won 2- Lost 8 


MIDD 


OPP 


1 Vi Wesleyan... 

2 Tufts 

2 Williams.... 

516 Dartmouth. 

2 Vermont.... 

2 Amherst.... 

2 R.P.I 


Vermont State Meet 2nd. place 

2 Clarkson 5 

4 St. Lawrence 3 

2 Dartmouth 3 


GOLF -Front Row: L. Sylvester, R. Prichard, D. Fryberger, R. Johnson. Row Two: Coach Sheehan, D. 
Miller, G. Birdsong, P. Henry, P. Donovan. 




TENNIS 

1962-1963 TENNIS RESULTS 
Won 4- Lost 2 


MIDD OPP 

2 V 2 Wesleyan SV 2 

9 R.P.I 0 

5 Union 4 

7 Vermont 2 


MIDD 


7 Vermont... 

1 Dartmouth 


New Englands 


OPP 

2 

8 

5th. place 


TENNIS -Front Row: D. Brown, R. Ide, F. Stetson, B. Daniels, D. Holmes, P. Holcombe. Row Two: Coach Merriman, B. Mertens, T. Trafton, W 
Weld, P. Branch, Manager Doane. 



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LACROSSE- Front Row: G Nichols, G. Maker, D. Elmore, P. Hanson, T. Mettee, G. Wadsworth, D. Snyder, J. Riker, M. Landa. Row Two: Trainer Waterman, D 
Hutchinson, M. Kelley, R. Jones, J. Allen, D. Yeomans, J. Kingman, R. Mason, F. Love, R. Hoffman, Manager Wolcott, Coach Morrone. 


LACROSSE 


1962-1963 LACROSSE RESULTS 
Won 4 Lost 8 


MIDD 

5.. .. 

2 .. .. 
6 ... 

4.. .. 

6 .. . 

9.. . 

3.. .. 

6 .. . 
2 ... 
9 .. 
1 .... 
4... 


OPP 


Adelphi 10 

Stevens Tech 9 

Trinity 5 

Holy Cross 8 

Wesleyan 7 

W.P.1 3 

Amherst 7 

R.P.1 3 

U.N.H 8 

Hamilton 7 

Union 10 

Un. of Mass 5 


. 



Tom Mettee, All American 



BASEBALL - Front Row: R. Tall, D Cook, P. Kithil, S. Gordon, R. Apfel, Co-Capt B. White, Co-Capt. D. Rapp, C. Connor, C. Cox, P. Prentice. Row 
Two: Coach Forbes, F. Freeman, G. Moppert, D. Conant, J. McKay, J. Zawistowski, W. Lord, B. Gunther, S. Firestone, Manager Halliwell. 



BASEBALL 



TRACK 



1962-1963 BASEBALL RESULTS 



1962-1963 TRACK RESULTS 



Won 4-Lost 10 



Won O-Lost 6 


MIDD 


OPP 

MIDD 


OPP 

1 

Williams 

10 

25 

W.P.I 

101 

1 

Union 

9 

44% 

Williams 

8916 

l 

St. Lawrence 

4 

50 

Trinity 

76 

7 

M.I.T 

4 

52 

R.P.I 

74 

0 

St. Michael's 

1 

59 

Union 

67 

5 

Wesleyan 

6 

Vermont State Meet 

2nd place 

3 

Vermont 

5 

48 

Hamilton 

74 

7 

Lowell Tech 

0 




3 

St. Michael's 

8 




3 

Brandeis 

0 




3 

Norwich 

5 




5 

A.I.C 

1 




2 

Vermont 

8 




1 

Norwich 

4 





TRACK - Front Row: R. Royer, E. Pinkerton, P. Wood, W. Jones, W. Lucas, P Kullberg, M. Montgomery, T. Suess. Row Two: Coach Mackey, Manager Hic- 
kox, P. Witteman, J MacLaughlin, A. Reilly, T. Granger, W. Hart, R. Turran, L. Dickey, W. Wendell, W. Thompson, E. Bartholomew, Manager Moore. 





VARSITY SOCCER- Front Row: D. Snyder, D. Nicholson, G. Maker, R. Ide, J. Stevens, B. Gunther, T. Carey, W. Young, P. Penndorf. Row Two: R. Haskell, B, Russ, 
J. Joseph, S. Brown, J. McCormack, K. VanWinkle (Co-Capt.), M. Heaney (Co-Capt.), C. Young, S. Campbell, R. Godson, F. Allen, D. Webb. Row Three: Coach Mor 
rone, D. Reymond, S. Perry, W. Sumner, R. Herrman, P. Marks, B. Bergman, R. Slaunwhite, D. Myers, Manager Hintermaier. 


SOCCER 


The 1963 soccer season was successful, yet, in some 
ways, disappointing. Coach Joe Morrone's team began the 
season with an impressive 5-1 victory over Dartmouth; but, 
unfortunately, it was not able to duplicate this initial per- 
formance. Middlebury's second game shattered any prema- 
ture hopes for an undefeated season. A powerful Springfield 
squad outkicked and outhustled the over-confident Panthers 
in handing them their first and sole defeat of the season. 
Four days later at Schenectady, N.Y., Keith Van Winkle led a 
second-half rally that resulted in a fine, come-from-behind 
3-1 victory over Union. 










The next two games proved to be particularly 
frustrating. Playing before a large Homecoming 
crowd, Middlebury battled M.l.T. to a 1-1 tie and 
lost sophomore Roger Herrmann via injury in the 
process. Herrmann's scoring punch (five goals in 
four games) was sorely missed in the disappointing 
Parents' Day tie with R.P.I. 

Middlebury closed out its schedule with victories 
over St. Michael's, Coast Guard, and Norwich. Soph- 
omore goalies Bayard Russ and Freeman Allen re- 
corded shutouts to highlight the final two wins. 

The 5-1-2 record clearly indicates, and perhaps 
belies, the talent of this year's soccer team. Keith 
Van Winkle should repeat as a first team All-Ameri- 
can, and five Panthers were named to the All-Ver- 
mont team-Van Winkle, Herrmann, Ide, Heany, and 
Webb. 

Looking ahead to next year, Coach Morrone will 
find nine starters returning, including this year's 
co-captain Mike Heaney. Although Van Winkle and 
five other dependable seniors will be missing, and 
their absence felt, co-captains elect Joby Stevens 
and Dick Ide will be leading the most experienced 
and most promising team in Middlebury's brief 
soccer history. 



Keith Van Winkle, All American 


Who popped the ball? 



VARSITY SOCCER 


midd Won 5 Lost 1 Tied 2 

5 Dartmouth 

0 Springfield 

3 Union 

1 M.l.T 

3 R.P.I 

3 St. Michaels 

1 Coast Guard 

3 Norwich 

FRESHMAN SOCCER 

midd Won 3 Lost 1 

5 Norwich 

0 R.P.I 

1 Dartmouth 

7 North wood Prep 


OPR 

...1 

.3 

.1 

.1 

.3 

..1 

.0 

.0 


OPP 

.3 

...1 

.0 

..0 


t 




That's mine. 


FRESHMAN SOCCER- Front Row: F. Meyers, C. Mead, T. Moore, P. Kovner, P Ghazanfari, R. Hall, F. Nicolosi, G. Olinger, R. Waterhouse, B Copp, P. Davis. Row 
Two: Coach Van Winkle, Manager Appleby, B Johnson, M. Wing, P. Martin, J. Brady, S. Bicknell, B. Kasprow, P. Ross, Coach Morrone 



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VARSITY FOOTBALL -Front Row: C. Forster, M. Lando, M. Mone, R. Turran, R. Hawley, D. Elmore (Co-Capt.), D. Holmes (Co-Capt.), S. Fletcher, J. Doane, D. 
Hutchinson, G. Stanley, L. Noyes. Row Two: C. Hickcox (Manager), Coach Guarnaccia, W. Wilson, S. Firestone, W. Mueller, M. MacIntyre, F. Love, G. Matheke, 
J Kingman, J McKay, R. Royer, J. Allen, L. Leahy, D. Giddings, A. Reilly, E. Bartholomew, J. Hunt, Coach Mackey. Row Three: Coach Sheehan, J. Galassi, G. 
Walker, T. Clark, K. Anderson, J. Demong, Coach Nelson, R. Nields, R. Waterman, F. Beams, J. Davis, G. Whyte, D. Terry, J. Mettee, Coach Forbes. 


FOOTBALL 


The 1963 football team was plagued by many 
crucial personnel losses, by a small sophomore 
group which did not provide the depth that is so 
necessary to successful teams, and by many heart- 
breaking defeats. The 2-5 record includes three 
defeats by one touchdown or less and two defeats 
by two touchdowns. In retrospect, it seems that all 
five defeats could have fallen on the other side of the 
ledger, if just one or two crucial variables had gone 
in Middlebury's direction. The long-standing Middle- 
bury tradition of winning football teams finally 
had a year of comeuppance. 

The Vermont State Series Title, which had been 
in Middlebury's possession for five years, went to 
an outstanding University of Vermont team. A 
Norwich team which had been beaten for two years 
running by the Panthers edged Middlebury 19-14 
in a snowstorm, and the following weekend Vermont 
scored fourteen points in the second half to top the 
Panthers by a 14-0 score. It indeed seemed unusual 
to find Middlebury at the bottom of the state stand- 
ings. 

The season opened against a good Wesleyan 
squad under a blazing sun. Middlebury, which had 
attributed success in previous years to a powerful, 
methodical off-tackle play, was not able to get this 
yardage on the ground when it was most needed. 
Consequently, many touchdown drives stalled deep 
in Wesleyan territory when Middlebury fell inches 


short of a first down. The aroused Wesleyan team 
dropped the Panthers 12-0. The following weekend, 
Middlebury traveled to Worcester Tech and captured 
their first victory of the season, 20-6. In a convincing 
ground offensive, Dave Holmes broke the ice with a 
four yard run off tackle and Fred Beams and Jeff 
McKay scored touchdowns a little later. The Middle- 
bury line, led by Don Elmore, Terry Fletcher, Jim 
Doane, Dave Hutchinson, and Gil Stanley, finally 
opened the holes that were non-existent the week 
before. 

The perennial nemesis, Williams, visited Porter 
Field next and choked off the Panther attack with a 
16-8 victory. The defense seemed lethargic and the 
offense sporadic in a disappointing loss. The follow- 
ing Saturday, Middlebury broke out of its slumber 
and charged all over Bates in the first half. Scoring 
a safety and a touchdown and missing three other 
scoring opportunities, Middlebury looked very good 
on a day punctuated by great heat. In the second 
half the heat, combined with injuries and lack of 
personnel depth, turned the initiative to Bates, and 
they proceeded to grind out two touchdowns to take 
a 14-9 lead. Late in the fourth period, Middlebury 
regrouped its forces and drove down the field 
through the Bates line until the ball rested on the 
nine yard line, fourth down and half a foot to go. 
Bates rose up and threw back this crucial thrust 
and Middlebury was forced to absorb another loss. 


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First down by Beams. 


FRESHMAN FOOTBALL- Front Row: G. Stull, J. Coffin, P. Sloatman, F. Cole, J. Berger. J. Van Zandt, R. Story, C. Jones, J. Edwards, W. Baldwin RowTwo: G 
Bangs, S. Leonard, G. Margolis, R. Roller, B. Harroun, R. Prentice, G. Sidoti, R. Eaton. Row Three: Coach Forbes, E. Hann, P. Ford, S. Nelson, C. Wetherill, S. 
Thaxter, G. Hinman. 





Big John about to hit Williams line. 


In a fine team effort, Middlebury took the 
measure of weak R.P.I. by a 32-0 score. It was the 
first and only afternoon of sustained success 
during the season. In the opening state series 
game, the Panthers traveled to Norwich to face a 
vastly improved cadet team. In the second period, 
behind 6-0, Middlebury executed its best touch- 
down drive of the year as a fighting line tore 
holes for the driving backs. Fred Beams scored the 
touchdown for the frenzied eleven, and Middle- 
bury took a 7-6 lead. But the winning touch- 
down, so elusive throughout the season, failed 
to materialize as Norwich came from behind to 
win 19-14 in a bitter defeat for the Panthers. 

A Vermont team, which was favored by as 
much as thirty points, came to muddy Porter 
Field to secure the State Title. A Middlebury team, 
hardened and embittered by defeat, smothered 






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the vaunted Vermont offense and played the 
larger line to a standstill in a rough, tense first 
half. As the half ended. Captain Elmore lay in- 
jured and exhausted in the middle of the field. 
This was a bad omen. In the second half Vermont 
wore down the smaller, undermanned Panthers 
and finally scored a touchdown by a forward 
pass. Vermont scored again in the fourth period 
and the Panthers lost 14-0. 

The 1963 season, like any other season, suc- 
cessful or unsuccessful, taught Middlebury foot- 
ball players a great deal about themselves and 
their teammates. The personal challenge on every 
play will perhaps remain unequaled in their lives. 
This team, which saw only intermittent success, 
was at its best at the end of the long season. 
The conflict and disciplined action of the game of 
football was always in evidence. 



Captain Holmes lead by Kingman and Reilly. 
















VARSITY SKI TEAM-Front Row: R. Buchiko, P. Swallow, T. Fletcher, N. Webber, J. Clough (Captain), H. Tauber, C. Weed, D. Donahue, T. Easton. Row Two- Coach Sheehan 
Manager B. Kurimay, P. Ruschp, B. Wells ,J. Brodhead, R. Nields, G. Govertsen, Manager D. Miller. 



SKIING 


With the loss ot our two most outstanding performers, 
Gordie Eaton and John Bower, to the Olympics and through 
graduation, the outlook for the ski team was doubtful. How- 
ever, at several times during the season, we showed more 
than promise of returning to the caliber of the National Cham- 
pionship runner-up team of 1961. During the early events of 
the winter coach Sheehan's boys showed they had excep- 
tional strength and depth in the Alpine events. The domina- 
tion of the Stowe Cup competition by Middlebury against the 
best skiers in the East especially brightened hopes for the 
upcoming carnival circuit. 



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WOMEN'S SKI TEAM - Front Row: J. Mora, F. Post, L. Fox. Row Two: Coach Neuberger, L. Hall, S. Sise. 


At the Dartmouth carnival, the first meet in which the 
Middlebury team competed as a group, the Alpine specialists 
proved their capabilities. Through the efforts of Clough, 
Buchika, Ruschp, and Tauber, Middlebury gained a perfect 
score, sweeping both the downhill and the slalom events. 
The excellent snowing in the Nordic events by senior Pete 
Swallow, winning the jumping competition, and sophomore 
Dennis Donahue, taking second place in the cross-country, 
was more than enough to bring Middlebury an overwhelming 
victory over our traditional rivals, the Indians of Dartmouth. 

The following week, hosting our carnival, Middlebury 
handed Dartmouth another defeat by an even larger margin. 
Once again the Nordic team's success complemented an 
Alpine sweep, with sophomore Tom Easton taking top honors 
in the jumping event. Middlebury's hopes, however, were 
soon dimmed when Dartmouth retained its position as East- 
ern Champions at the Williams carnival. Due to miscalculation 
in waxing, Middlebury did not pick up needed points in the 
cross-country. This, combined with only a fair showing in the 
jumping, gave Dartmouth an easy win over the Middlebury 
team and a victory in the Eastern Championship competition. 



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Despite the loss at Williams and the subsequent poor 
showing in the National Championships at Franconia, New 
Hampshire, the Middlebury team showed more versatility 
and balance than it had in several years. The loss of Clough 
and Tauber in the Alpine events and Swallow in the Nordic 



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will certainly be felt by next year's team. The great amount 
of ability that several sophomores showed this year, how- 
ever, mav be enough to keep Middlebury in strong conten- 
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VARSITY HOCKEY TEAM- Front Row: L. DuPuy, L. Leahy, P. Wells, D. Jensen, D. Donaldson, R. Lewandowski (capt.), R. Coy, R. Dorf, F. Stetson, J. Stevens, T. Morse. Row 
Two: Manager C. Fulton, Coach Nelson, G. Walker, W. Halliwell, T. Hyde, P. Branch, D. Webb, T. Carey, F. Allen, A. Elfner, G. Whyte, T. Yaw, Trainer Waterman. 



HOCKEY 


The 1963-1964 Middlebury hockey team had a disap- 
pointing season, compiling a 4-19 record. Plagued by a lack 
of depth and experience, the skaters failed to come up with 
a well-balanced scoring attack and a consistent defense. 
Without the services of All-American Dates Fryberger, Coach 
Duke Nelson was unable to build the squad into a winning 
team. Unfortunately, continual shifts in line units, defense 
pairings, and even goaltenders failed to achieve an effective 
combination. 

Despite the poor showing there were a few bright spots 
and also signs of promise for next year as there will be few 
losses via the graduation route. Captain Roger Lewandowski, 
whose fine skating and scoring efforts led the Blues this 
year, will be sorely missed. Seniors Bob Dorf, who improved 
vastly over the season, and Dan Donaldson are the other 
losses. 




Varsity 


Won 4 

Lost 19 Cane. 1 


C.M.R. 

Macdonald 

2 

. 7 

Yale 

2 

. 3 

Army 

1 

.11 

Northeastern 

1 

. 7 

(Colgate 

1 

4 X-Mas) 

(Colby 

8 

.lOTourney) 

Hamilton 

7 

. 3 

Colgate 

0 

. 7 

Norwich 

4 

. 6 

R.P.I 

2 

. 8 

C.M.R 

1 

. 4 

Macdonald 

2 

. 8 

Princeton 

3 

. 7 

Dartmouth 

0 

. 8 

U.N.H 

2 

. 7 

Bowdoin 

1 

. 5 

Dartmouth 

3 

. 7 

Williams 

1 

. 4 

Amherst 

6 

. 4 

Norwich 

1 

. 6 

Hamilton 

4 

.. 7 

Colgate 

i 

.10 

U. Mass 

5 

.. 1 



Freshman 


Won 4 Lost 7 

Northwood 0 6 

Northwood 4 5 

Norwich 0 6 

Vermont 0 4 

Dartmouth 2 1 

Williams 0 4 

K.U.A 3 1 

Dartmouth 1 4 

Norwich 5 (0-time/6 


FRESHMAN HOCKEY TEAM- Front Row: P. Brown, H. Fairman, J. Sylvester, P. Shearer, R. Hall, C. Ehrich, M. Prentice. Row Two: Coach Forbes, P. Furber, J. Breene, T. 
Moore, J. Edwards, J. Massie. 





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Junior linemen Tim Carey and Dave Jensen showed scor- 
ing potential this year and should bolster the offensive 
punch next season. Defenseman Larry Leahy played some fine 
hard-nosed hockey on the backline for the Blues. The sopho- 
more contingent, led by Wayne Halliwell, should improve 
vastly with a year of varsity competition under their belts. 
Halliwell's skating and scoring ability was a bright spot for 
the Panthers all year. Defensemen-linemen George Walker 
and Davis Webb and backliner Freeman Allen exhibited signs 
of great improvement during the season. The goal, which was 
a weak spot for the squad all year, will see the return of Ted 
Morse and Luke Dupuy and will gain with the addition of this 
/ear's fine frosh net-tender, Pete Brown. 

Essentially the squad lacked a well-knit organization and 
unity. Three of the four wins came at the hands of Hamilton, 
U.-Mass. and Amherst. The one particularly gratifying victory 
for the team was a fine 6-5 overtime win over a good Bowdoin 
team at the Polar Bears' carnival. This was the big victory 
for the Panthers, and for the members of the team it marked 
a not completely unsuccessful season. 









VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM -Front Row-. J. Pelton, R. Maine (capt.), W. Dyson, C. Forster. Row Two: Coach Mackey, R. Ide, J. 
Zawistoski, C. Ladd, P. Karlson, P. Witteman, R. Smith, Manager M. Mone. 


BASKETBALL 


It was another long, cold winter for Middlebury basket- 
ball. Although the Panthers did win four games (marking a 
400% improvement), the season was a particularly frustrat- 
ing one. Coach Mackey's players, the most talented group in 
four years, could not play consistent basketball and found 
themselves on the short end of the close games. A lack of 
poise, of teamwork, of strategy or ability to carry out 
strategy, weighed heavily against this ill-fated team. 

Yet, for the first time in recent years, Middlebury pro- 
vided its hard-core of spectators with representative basket- 
ball. The dogfights with UVM and St. Lawrence, the Wes- 
leyan nightmare, and the home-court wins over Norwich 


and Clarkson marked the high points of an exciting, if unsuc- 
cessful, season. Unfortunately, these brief flashes of good 
basketball do not appear to be indicative of the winters that 
loom ahead. 

Missing next year will be Bill Dyson, Middlebury's best 
guard of recent years, and Cecil Forster, whose scoring 
spurts and consistent defense kept the team in contention 
in its better games. Co-captains elect Peter Karlson, Charlie 
Ladd, and Dick Ide may not be enough to stem the tide of 
Middlebury's basketball fortunes. Despite their poor record, 
we cling to the hope that the freshman team will, with ex- 
perience, add depth to the varsity roster. 


FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM -Front Row: G. Sidoti, R. Atwater, Dale Smith (capt.), P. Roberts, P. Davis. Row Two: 
Manager F Harlow, G. Margolis, S. Leonard, K. Lindholm, Coach Morrone. 


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Varsity 

Won 4 Lost 15 


Amherst 

40 

...70 

Trinity 

47 

...83 

St. Michael's 

52 

...98 

Union 

66 

...85 

(Sir Geo. Williams 

89(0-time)... 

...90 X-Mas 

(Loyola 

81 

...49 Tourney) 

Vermont 

55 

...62 

St. Lawrence 

80 

...85 

Norwich 

73 

...64 

Springfield 

64 

...92 

Northeastern 

44 

...84 

Hamilton 

57 

...62 

R.P.I 

75 

...64 

St. Michael's 

60 

...71 

Wesleyan 

68 (0-time)... 

...75 

Vermont 

50 

...86 

Norwich 

68 

...71 

Williams 

41 

...79 

Clarkson 

82 

...64 



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Front Row: C. Gibbons, C. Van Rooten, A. Pritchard, N. Carter, C. Buell (President), P. Ballou, R. Brock, L. Mack, E. Tunis. Row Two: J. Hill, 
W. Ormsbee, D. Chambers, A. Freeman, J. Carter, M. Boughton, B. MacKinnon, M. Matthews, F. Eppenberger, R. Wishart, F. Carlson. Row 
Three: E. Anderson, J. Thomas, D. Conner, R. Mason, R. Andrews, W. Lievens, R. Washburn, E. Weissman. Row Four: D. Lund, R. Church, F. 
Woods, A. Murphy, J. Foster, B. Wolcott, E. Jorgensen. 


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The Brothers slop to victory in the Mud Bowl . . . The low- 
ered ceiling . . . The Squad ...Caareeem!... The marathon, 
three days and two nights . . . TR-4 vs. Healey; Who pays the 
seed bill? . . . "The rocky road to deficit financing" . . . 
Charlie sounds . . . You can't get thea from hea . . . Shepard 
bats and Skodsnakes . . . Face No. 1 . . . Pride . . . The one- 
armed studier . . . Our smiling Norwegian . . . The best of all 
possible worlds . . . We need a fourth . . . The American Dream 
. . . The social budget. 





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Bunker and Megator produce . . . Another Tunbridge Trip . . . Zowie boots 
field goal . . . Green Mountain and Skidmore trips . . . B-R-l-D-G-E! . . . Peanut- 
butter on your WHAT?! ... The Midget army invades ... The VW showroom . . . 
Wino provides Vino — Fino . . . The Hunt and Punt Club . . . Woody registers fire- 
arms early . . . Douglas immersed in the wave of popular liberalism . . . Bear 
and Pete Wood join the ranks of bourgeoisie domesticity ... On the contrary, 
Scheaffer . . . Duck feathers in the stew . . . "Driving in Vermont/' by Weld and 
Dickie ... A World Series Run. 



Front Row: J. Vecchiola, D. Hutchinson, R. Haskel, L. Dickie. Row Two: H. Tolley, T. Tall, D. Cook, P. Kithil, P Glenn, W. Weld (Presi- 
dent), N. Baker, T. Morse, P. Prentiss, D. Frese, R. Smith. Row Three: S. Mowry, R. Douglas, E. Fuller, D. Snyder, P Wood, J Thatcher, 
M Brace W Woodward, J. Hayden D. Davis, J. Galassi, D. Richardson, R Kettell. Row Four: A Tooker, G. Buttler, L Hodgman, R 
Lustinberger, T. Griggs, D. Brown, P. Holcombe, S. Gillespie, I. Sanderson, P. Tufts, P. Penndorf. Row Five: L Webbe, D. Van Tassel. 
C. Meyer, T. Greene, G. Werner, G. Kenyon, L. Hays, K. Megathlin, J. Zawistoski, C. Rogers, J. Walker. 




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No more Ying-Yang . . . Can't miss with the new 
study room? . . . Yes, we will have the tunes box 
. . . And now for the new rules . . . What we want is 
action-committee . . . Some mountains don't seem so 
green anymore . . . Hello?- Direct Line — This is the 
Dragon speaking . . . Yes, these will be a new #10 
number four . . . Shedds can be had in fifty gallon 
drums . . . And there are people who think even a 
car can be fertilized . . . Mad Bomber strikes Big 
Arc . . . Say, "Ma", get up here and cook those french 
fries ... Go ahead and park over the white line, see 
if I care. 





Front Row: B. Gunther Row Two: G. Fowler, J. Flattery, S. Gordon, L. Wilson, G. Hunt, R Johnson (President), R. McLean, S Brown, J. MacCormack, 
D. Blume. Row Three: D. Myers, W. Barstow, R. Hoffman, S. Lawrence, J. Murdoch, M. O'Reilly, P Gerbic, J. McLeran, J. Joseph, D. Riley. Row Four: 
W. Eldridge, J. Dreves, D. King, L. Gray, P Nelson, A. Webber, T. Turnbull, J. Ragsdale, P. Ruschp. Row Five: S. Firestone, G. Wadsworth. J. Alderman, 
G. Birdsong, D. Worden, W. Mueller, M. Miller. 





Front Row: R. Seybolt, W. Steers, T. Hollister, W. Hollander, J. Buttolph, F. Strife (President), N. Kalat, J. Sprigman, J. Holley, D. Talbott Row Two 

R. Skiff, W. Kieffer, B. Heaton, W. Whipple, J. Hastings, W. Wells, J. Buffum, A. DeSugny, K. MacAuley, W. Hart, R. Simon, P. Hall. Row Three 

S. Becke, C. Fulton, S. Fletcher, M. McCann, E. Bartholomew, C. Minnich, J. Elmendorf, S. Thomas, E. Buttolph, R. McKerr, R. Nields. Row Four 
G. Bingham, R. Myatt, R. Conant, C. Larsen, E. Naylor, E. Kronen, D. Thompson, W. Wendell. 


AKE 


Willie, Weenie, and the doormat crew . . . Hy 
folks . . . First snapper pres . . . T. K. wally ... Be 
brave Stud, it won't hurt ... Is that your nose or 
are you eating a yam? . . . Alecia comes . . . Chow 
down, Rick . . . Grandma Dabba rides the pony . . . 
Marvin Frump . . . What's Deef s middle name? . . . 
Trip to Memphis a boon for Meathead . . . Junior 
with his finger in the dike . . . Beethoven and 
Mozart loving it . . . Flamed out mouse for the 
'brairy ... Ho, ho, ho, I know little Donald . . . 
Sammy handles the merchandise. 







Front Row: W. Nalchajian, W. Dyson, C. Weed, R. Royer, R. Maine (President), R. Trevorrow, G. Maker, R. Lewandowski, M. Mone, S. Campbell. Row Two: M. Landa, R. 
Ide, J. McKay, M. Kelley, N. Van Nes, D. Terry, N. Lowe, F. Allen, J. Allen, P. Hanson, F. Love, A. Reilly. Row Three: K. Van Winkle, R. Herrmann, P. Henry, B. Morgan, T. Eas- 
ton, J. Weissman, T. Clark, G. White, W. Halliwell, T. Keating, J. Penrod, N. Meehan. Row Four: D. Schick, B. Russ, P. Witteman, W. Sumner, T. Fletcher, J. Doane, D. McLean, 
D. Elmore, R. Hawley, J. Kingman, C. Ladd, D. Smith, D. Holmes. J. McHenry, R. Coy, D. Giddings. 



AY 

Nyerving . . . Nyerving . . . Nyerving . . . The return of the triple 
C. and Big Red . . . FIFTEEN . . . Henry married . . . Are you kid- 
ding meeeeeee? . . . Nalabolachachahoojigan . . . Rapp Mem- 
orial Award . . . Surely, Doctor . . . I.R. ... Oh, okay Fletch . . . 
Beautiful . . . Nice paint job, Mac . . . Demise of the Dinosaur 
. . . Boston trip- right now . . . Schooners at Sam's . . . Don't 
park in the driveway, the trees get in the way . . . The Fava- 
tory and dirty old men ... Hi Jane! 



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The Ranch again corrals an odd breed of animals: the Eagle, 
the Reptile, the Antelope, the Owl, and-the Turtle . . . The 
Downbeats, five kegs, and an infinity of headaches . . . En 
masse to Skidmore . . . From Round-up to Rodeo, a treacher- 
ous trip of 'finis, tests, and women . . . Think & Drink and 
drunk . . . Rho's maurauders strike again . . . The Beard . . . 
Sambo takes Walt for a walk . . . Gumbo's list . . . $40 phone 
bill? Oh no! 




Front Row: G. Hansen, D. Johnson, J. Wyhof, D. Villepique, F. Hill (President), E. Levinson, D. Zarotney, J. Balcer, B. Bennett, M. Rey. Row Two: W. Wilson, J. Forrest, P. 
Upson, R. North, R. Hall, S. MacFadyen, R. Jones, S. Gruggel, D. Codding, J. Riker, R. Baskin. Row Three: D. Reymond, A. Pollock, J. Thomas, D. Rhett, P. Delfausse, J. Valby, 
J. Miller, P. Carter, T. Bullard, N. Boudette. Row Four: S. Buckley, G. Mitchell, J. Taylor, G. Moppert, J. Pelton, S. Roser, G. Udler, M. Pugliese, S. Scudder, J. Grossman, J. 
Gibboney. 



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Luminescent blue . . . Where's Bailey? . . . Slow-motion foot- 
ball . . . The carpet claims an ankle . . . fell it to the wall! . . . Two 
dollar fine . . . The duck machine ... Oh, that's Mickey-Mouse . . . 
Thousand-dollar phone calls . . . Major house improvement!! . . . 
There is no Woodward! . . . Kuftor Highland Brewery . . . Who 
went in the shower? . . . Who's the house manager? . . . Gato 
over Shyavitz! . . . Don't like booters. 


Front Row: D. Bouchara, R. Reefe, R. Manternach, B. Molineux, G. Shyavitz (President), D. Lacoss, G. Thayer, J. Spitale, C. Starr. Row Two: G. Glacey, J Ward, W. Ramm, 
F. Kavanagh, R. Mills, R. O'Connell, A. Mijares, T. Armistead. Row Three: K. Kirchofer, D. Westin, J. Cadenhead, P. Wade, J. Najman, D. MacDermid, S. Kemmerer, J. Swartz, 
W. Kurimay. Row Four: M. Reagan, D. Brainard, R. Moore, J. Perry, J. O'Brien, J. Weller. 










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Front Row: T. Carey, T. Hyde, R. Dorf, D. Forster, D. Yeomans, A. Dewart (President), N. Webber, P. Swallow, P. Wells, M. Heaney, R. Miller, B. Allbee. Row Two: P. De Wolfe, 
J. Hunt, L. Leahy, P. Branch, F. Noseworthy, D. Donahue, J. Davis, T. Yaw, T. Young. Row Three: F. Stetson, J. Beattie, B. Glidden, G. Demong, W. Thompson, A. Johnson, R. 
Slaunwhite, J. Warnk, L. Noyes, F. Maillet, P. Donovan, L. Dupuy. Row Four: P. Moore, R. Fall, W. Eastler, D. Welt, F. Beams, J. Mettee, G. Matheke, D. Jensen, R. Buchika, 
A. Marchbank. 






The Wild Ones . . . Tube points . . . Red bearded cigar 
smoker . . . Stuffy . . . Honolulu Lulu . . . Moby Dick . . . Golden 
triangle . . . Swampmellow . . . Giant games . . . The Brow . . . 
Little Zeus . . . You sleep me? . . . Belmont . . . Cramer's pan- 
cakes . . . Railroad . . . Spich otatops ... Dr. Eastler, please 
report to the soap dispensary . . . Third floor integration 
riots . . . Tube, what tube? . . . Buckaroo Boynt . . . 0 2 and 0 2 
. . . Fugitive . . . Lotto changed (?)... Slow motion football. 


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Amazing . . . Elfnah . . . Caribou strikes with a 400 Magnum 
. . . I'm not going to the meeting . . . What is truth, Ned? . . . 
July 23rd at the Stadium . . . Green Dragon enduro record-20 
miles . . . Truth, J.C. & BMW ... A bulwark against Com- 
munism . . . Theta Chi did not participate . . . here comes the 
looney . . . B.R.M.C. . . . You've done it again, Brad Delaney 
. . . Yak Dung. 


Front Row: T. Colvin, B. Delaney, E. Nitschke, C. Burden (President), C. Baker, J. Kelly, M. Montgomery, R. Clark, T. Hoopes, S. Mixsell. Row Two.- W. 
Burke, J. Brodhead, N Pinkerton, R. Miller, D. Rothschild, J. Orvis, P. Marks, N. Quesada, J. Hopf, E Hager. Row Three: D. Simon, M. Howden, B. Walker, 
F. Zezza, F. Berner, J. Auker, N. Whittemore, A. Ugoji. Row Four: A. Eifner, J. Garrison, K. Andersen, G. Michaud, J. Deppman, W. Ames, G. Bevington. 






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Front Row: D. Smith, V. Hart, A. Hershfield, M. DeMas, D. Meehan (President), P. Butler, S. Eddy, K. MacDonald, R. Lippert, N. Johnson. RowTwo: 
R. Kennedy, A. Marks, N. Cook, J. Fish, K. Cartwright, S. Curtis, E. Ball, W. Lord, R. Griffith, S. Schatken, H. Clark, A. Granwell, D. Ferriss, G. Murphy. 
Row Three: L. Dick, R. Gates, F. Moreland, R. Coutts, C. Smith, D. Elliott, P. Goodridge, R. Seeley, W. Clarke, R. Adamec, A. Bloomquist, P. Workman, 
W. Hickcox. Row Four: R Baker, M. Caola, B. Hoyle, W. Shelly, G. South, R. Romanet. 





New library, no books . . . Anyone for bridge . . . Pledge! 
. . . Erm Sheddy and Delia . . . Volleyball . . . Three blind mice 
. . . Suden plays Creon . . . Keeper of the pit . . . Rudolphs in 
North Carolina . . . New bar in the kitchen? . . . How thick is 
this paste supposed to be? . . . The Army takes over . . . Hey, 
baby . . . House of Horrors ... Pit of Glory. 







Front Row: A. Austin, N. Logon, V. Laube, L. Anderson (President), T. Sterrett, N. Porter, M. Melbye. Row Two: R. Teare, B. Gifford, 
C. Swanson, C. Martin, M. Estle, J. Rowe, L. Markham. Row Three: J. O'Donnell, M. Harrington, K. Krall, J. Marklond, R. Sharland, 
E. Ferlanti, L. Schrader. Row Four: C. Steere, P. Dale, A. Jacobsen, E. Palenske, A. Pfeiffer. 




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Waffles, anyone? . . . How about a blazer to wear with 
your monogrammed blouse? . . . Christmas at Weybridge 
School . . . What did you say in the minutes, Jo? . . . "Delta 
Indigo" rides again . . . Chocolates galore . . . U.V.M. is com- 
ing down . . . Let's have a fraternity ... No, we're not having a 
song rehearsal, it's a shower . . . Pledge unearths new room 
. . . Toyland comes to Midd . . . Calm, Cool Claire never loses 
control, just forgets what number meeting it is . . . Dues are 
due at 1 1 : 00 yesterday . . . What do you mean by miscellane- 
ous expenses? 



Front Row: M. Madden, J. Cooper, C. Knox, C. Hoffman, D. Takamune, D. Witherspoon, V. Fox, P. Frey, A. Taliak. Row Two: R. Bowdy, D. Donaker, P. Shortel , 
J. Arnold, C. Waterhouse, M. Lam, L. Marr, N. McMullin. Row Three: A. Fowler, J. Richardson, S. Hazen, M. Greenfield, L. Canedy, D. Watson, D. Darn. A. Knowi- 
ton, K. Patterson, M. Tuttle, M. Kimball, B. Nelson. Row Four: F. Merchant, N. Smith, S. Githens, C. Oliver, J. Sayers, J. Vollmer, D. Sargent, H. Holloway, b 
Clive, K. Grant. Row Five: V. Backus, J. Sage, C. Andrew, J. Grier, R. Stuart, 0. Oliver, K. Meyers. 







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As D. C.F. once said . . . Organization plus . . . Room ren- 
ovation . . . Ferns are out of style . . . Delta within the sigma? 
■ • • a Flealy loan . . . KKG debators score again . . . Hot mulled 
cider and a pine tree ... A night with Lieutenant Governor 
Foote and Senator Oakes . . . "Leroy Walks" through a formal 
meeting . . . It's all an experiment in living. 


Won A°'Fnirhonk > r ? S< a' ^ C d ' n u elly ;, D d ^ ells ’ V ' Swain ' L Johnson (President), P Rochester, J. Volkert, L. Melville. Row Two A Johnson C Curtiss P 
w Miltr Tr m‘ u A Sf !' d H ° Wd ' n Croci,to ’ M - Ke T es ’ E Corlton. Row Three.- C. Buck, N. Hornadoy, D. Kepple S Hanna C Estobrook K Kutchera 
W M.ller, A. Goldschm.dt, L. Ramsay Row Four : j. Corbett. L. Bo.rd, L. Webster, C. Breckenridge. B Hotchkin, H Winkler" B Rash P fton S 


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Front Row- L Gulick, B. Holmes, S. Hixson, S. Camden, C. Tuttle, M. Jocelyn, L. Wentworth, S. Scull Row Two: l Brown, B. Bell, D. Gillette, K. 
Paullin, C. Haas, B. Hazen, G. Howrigan, R. Tomasi, 0. Woodman. Row Three: S. Hervey. R. Ingersoll, W. McLain, W. West, S. Emrich, J. MacCor- 
mack C Olmstead J Stern. Row Four-. J. Gear, E. Clemmer, P. Nottage, C. Hines, J. Bowditch, C. Tarbox, J. Marter, C. Stetson, S. Sise. 



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Penny's pooch puddles . . . Angels in de skies? . . . Carol's 
beef stroganoff ... Pi Phi goes Chi Psi . . . Athletes we are, 
scholars we were ... Do pigeons wear sneakers? . . . The 
Betas come for lunch . . . Tribute to Miss Pollard . . . Not 
another box of chocolates ... An icebox at last . . . Candy 
apples net $2.45 . . . Rockefeller can't come-any more 
suggestions? . . . It's tutor time . . . Chocolate milk (?) at Sig 
Ep . . . "Walk right in" and learn to scratch . . . What did 
you learn at Workshop, Susi? 






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Front Row: M. Robinson, C. Telfair, M. Crichton, M. Buffum, J. Waller (President), J. Smith, M. Saenz, C. Ghattas, 
S Tompkins, S. Zielinski. Row Two: J. Pollard, P. Ajango, K. Forster, A. Agrell, A. Brown, S. Glazier, M. Jenks, C. 
Sharp, G. Akley, J. Nothnagle, L. Robinson, P. Witt. Row Three: P. Campbell, M. Faulkner, M. Dupuis, S. LaForce, L. 
Marean, F. Clark, B Booth, P. Kenney, L. Berry, N. Thornhill, E. Naylor, C. Zowistoski. Row Four: A. Gruhn, K. Ryd- 
ing, L. White, C. Gillen, M. Synerholm, G. Burckhardt, C. Clegg. 



XK 

A Nut for All Seasons . . . Witt bravely canes own room- 
mate, thinking her Mad Bomber . . . Patience betrays true 
character in Port Authority . . . Mrs. Hunter plots creeping 
takeover of CAMPUS but Thornhill fails to supply the Key . . . 
Rush parties moved to Belmont Subway Arcade . . . The social 
program for n'ext week is -a bake sale! Or would you rather 
a bike hike? . . . Aren't you glad we brought Pledge Tompkins 
along? ... A double spas of the week for the Wewanit Chap- 
ter .. . One tooth, one way? No sirree bob! 




New paint, new curtains, old stove . . . Hop-scotch at 
the Covered Bridge with watermelon to boot . . . Junior 
Weekend Queen . . . Kangaroo Court with Kanga and Roo, 
and in February, Pooh . . . Use kerosene, not gasoline, to start 
that fire . . . Whadda' ya mean, we've lost the music? we still 
have the words! . . . KD mug, anyone? . . . Thank you, Mrs. 
Smith ... We have a Leg? . . . Watch the green chair, it bites 
back . . . New sponsor and sister ... She went to the creek, 
and found TCO. 



Front Row: M. Ransom, A. Warga, E. Campbell (President), H. Gordon, A. Messick, P. Murphy. Row Two: J. Sheldon, C. Thierfelder, V. Neely, 
A. Neely, M. Ryder, M. Swan. Row Three: E. Brennen, J. Enright, K. Whelan, K. Swanson, D. Hunt, F. Post. 








INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL -Front Row: R. Trevorrow, J. Flattery, C. Conner, M. Heaney (President), K. Megathlin, N. Kalat. Row Two: L. Dick 
P. Hawley, P. Nelson, J. Riker, R. Ide. Row Three: J. Spitale, P. Butler, T. Carey, G. Kenyon, N. Carter, F. Berner, D. Talbott. 


One of Middlebury's most active undergraduate legisla- 
tive bodies is the Interfraternity Council. Composed of re- 
presentatives from the ten campus fraternities, this group 
has the responsibility of maintaining the Greek system on a 
level complementary to other college organizations. Consid- 
ering the rapid advances in college education over the past 
decades and the corresponding change in the role of fratern- 
ities, the task of the IFC has become increasingly vital. This 
year the Council has met its challenge with skillful com- 
petence. 


The primary function of the Panhellenic Council is the 
coordination of the activities of the six sororities on campus. 
Besides helping the IFC with the Greek Dance, Panhell super- 
vises the rush program and sponsors such events as a fash- 
ion show, an inter-sorority bridge tournament, and the 
Freshman Serenade. In addition to these projects, the Coun- 
cil considers the problems of individual sororities and 
evaluates and strengthens the Greek system at Middlebury. 


PANHELLENIC COUNCIL- Front Row: M. Robinson, C. Hines, H. Gordon (President) J. Cooper, R. Teare. Row Two: M. Dupuis, K. Whelan, 
B. Clive, E. Palenske, R. Ingersoll, C. Curtiss. Not Pictured: B. Hotchkin. 










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SENIORS 




BRUCE V. ALBEE STEPHEN R. AMES 

Newfane, Vt. Tyngsboro, Mass. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE PHYSICS 

Sigma Epsilon, Secretary 4, Infra- Kappa Delta Rho ; Sophomore Guide 
murals 2,3,4. 2; Community Chest Drive 3; Intra- 

murals 1, 2,3,4. 


LINDA M. ANDERSON 

Darien, Conn. 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Alpha Xi Delta, Membership Chairman 3, 
President 4, Women's Forum 1,2, 3, 4, 
Class Council 3; Junior Weekend Commit- 
tee 3; Junior Counselor 3; Mountain Club 
1,2, 3,4; Winter Carnival 1, 2,3,4, French 
Club 1,2; Women's Glee Club 1; Blood 
Drive 1,2, 3, 4; Junior Weekend Queen's 
Court 3. 



JOSEPHINE M. ARNOLD 

DeWitt, N.Y. 

HISTORY 


CHRISTINE I. ANDREW 

Stamford, Conn. 

HISTORY 

Delta Delta Delta, Service Projects Co- 
chairman 3, Publicity Co-chairman 4 ; 
Proctor Hall Co-ordinating Committee 3,- 
Women's Forum 1, 2,3,4; Young Demo- 
crats 4, Yacht Club 1,2,3; Mountain 
Club 1,2, 3, 4 ; Winter Carnival 1,2, 3, 4, 
Campus 2,3; WRMC 3,4, Board of Direc- 
tors 3,4, Business Manager 4 ; Religion 
Conference 1,2,3, 4, Blood Drive 1,2,3,4 ; 
Lutheran Club 1, 2,3,4; International Re- 
lations Club 4. 



Delta Delta Delta, Rush Parties Chair- 
man 3, Secretary 4, Women's Under- 
graduate Association 1 ; Women's Judicial 
Council 3,4; House Board 1,2,3; Women's 
Forum 1 ,2,3,4; Arts and Crafts Chairman 
3, Treasurer 4 ; Junior Counselor 3; Soph- 
omore Guide 2; Mortar Board 3,4, Secre- 
tary 4,- Mountain Club 1 ,2,3,4. 



BARBARA C. BAILEY 

Westfield, NJ. 
MATHEMATICS 

Pi Beta Phi, Scholarship Chairman 3, 
Censor 4 ; Women's Undergraduate Asso- 
ciation 1,2,3; Dormitory President 3,- 
House Board 1,2,3; Women's Forum 1,2,3, 
4, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, Presi- 
dent 4; Junior Weekend Committee 3, 
Ticket Co-chairman,- Sophomore Guide 2,- 
Winter Carnival 2 ; French Club 1,2,3, 4, 
Vice-President 2, President 3; Women's 
Glee Club 2. 


CHRISTOPHER E. BAKER 

Middlebury, Vt. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Theta Chi, Treasurer 1,2, 3, 4, Vice-Presi- 
dent 3; Sophomore Guide 2; International 
Relations Club 1,2,3, 4, Vice-President 4, 
Yacht Club 1 ,2,3,4; Mountain Club 1,2, 
3,4; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4 ; Players 1,2,3,- 
WRMC, Traffic Manager 1,2; Community 
Chest Drive,- Blood Drive,- Intramurals. 




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JOSEPH AULISI 

Amsterdam, N.Y. 

BIOLOGY 

Alpha Sigma Psi,- Yacht Club 1,2,- Moun- 
tain Club 1,2,4; Carnival Ice Show Com- 
mittee 2,4; Campus 1,- Kaleidoscope 2,4 ; 
Intramurals 1,2,4. 


NEWTON B. BAKER 

Waterbury, Vt. 
PSYCHOLOGY 

Alpha Tau Omega, Vice-President 4, 
Proctor Hall Recreation Committee 1,2,3, 
4 ; Mountain Club 1,2; Winter Carnival 3,- 
Klondike Rush 4, Kaleidoscope 4 ; Soc- 
cer 1,2,3,- Freshman Basketball 1; Base- 
ball 1,2, 3,4, Captain 4 ; Intramurals 
1,2,3, 4. 


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JOHN P. BALCER 

Shaker Heights, Ohio 
ENGLISH 

Kappa Delta Rho, Social Chairman 3,- 
Debaters 1,2, WRMC 2; Intramurals 
1 ,2,3,4. 




PETER G. BALLOU 

Lexington, Mass. 
ECONOMICS 

Alpha Sigma Psi, Treasurer 4; Soph- 
omore Guide 2; Young Democrats 3; 
SANE 2; Mountain Club 1,2; WRMC 
1,2, 3, 4, Program Director 3, Presi- 
dent 4. 



ROBERT J. BASKIN 

Middletown, Conn. 
CHEMISTRY 

Kappa Delta Rho, Social Chairman 3; 
Intramurals 2,3,4. 


RICHARD E. BENESH 

Little Ferry, N.J. 

RUSSIAN 

Proctor Hall Recreation Committee 2 ; 
College Club 1,2,3, 4 ; Spanish Club 1,2,3, 
4 ; Russian Club 1,2,3, 4. 



ROBERT A. BENEDETTI 

North Adams, Mass. 
AMERICAN LITERATURE 

Sigma Epsilon. 



STEPHEN C. BERNS 

Freeport, N.Y. 

GERMAN 

German Club 3,4; Debaters 1 ; Cinema 
Club 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3, 4. 



DANE M. BICKNELL 

Middlebury, Vt. 
MATHEMATICS 

House Board 1; Women's Forum 1,2; 
Sophomore Guide 2; Newman Club 1,2, 
3,4; Winter Carnival 1. 


ROBERT A. BIER, JR. 

Silver Spring, Md. 

GEOLOGY 

Yacht Club 1,2; Mountain Club 1; Winter 
Carnival 2 ; Camera Club 3,4. 


LINDA J. BERRY 

Rochester, N.Y. 

AMERICAN LITERATURE 

Sigma Kappa,- Women's Forum 3; Moun- 
tain Club 1, 2,3,4; Campus 2,3,4, Circula- 
tion Manager 4. 




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JANE BOWDITCH 

Worcester, Mass. 

AMERICAN LITERATURE 

Pi Beta Phi, Corresponding Secretary 4 
House Board 4, Women's Forum 1,2,3; 
Sophomore Guide 2; Winter Carnival 1,2; 
Kaleidoscope i 


DANIEL L. BROWN 

Greenfield, Mass. 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 


R. GORDON BINGHAM, JR. 

Darien, Conn. 

ECONOMICS 

Delta Kappa Epsilon, Pledge President 1, 
Scholastic Chairman 3,4, Campus Rela- 
tions Chairman 3,4, Class President 2,3; 
Junior Fellow 3; Sophomore Guide 2,- 
Blue Key 2,3,4; Chapel Cabinet 2; WRMC 
1,2, 3, 4, Sports Manager 2, Personnel 
Director 3; Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4. 


JEAN L. BLANCHETTE 

Hastings-On-Hudson, N.Y. 
PSYCHOLOGY 

Women's Forum 4, Newman Club 4, 
Mountain Club 3,4, Winter Carnival 3,4, 
Spanish Club 4. 


C. MILLAR BRACE 

Fayetteville, N.Y. 

BIOLOGY 

Alpha Tau Omega, Alumni Secretary 3,- 
Proctor Hall Personnel Committee 2,- 
Sophomore Guide 2 ; Mountain Club 1 ,2,3, 
4 ; Skyline 2,3,4, Winter Carnival 2, 
Winter Sports Committee Co-chairman 3,- 
Lacrosse 1; Intramurals 1,2,3, 4. 


STEPHEN D. BROWN 

Greenwich, Conn. 

HISTORY 

Chi Psi,- Board of Governors Culture 
Committee 2,3; Christian Science 
Organization 2; Mountain Club 1,- 
Spanish Club 1,2; Dance Club 1,2; 
Campus 2,3,4; Community Chest 
Drive 1; Cinema Club 2,3,4 ; Soccer 
1,2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1,2, 3,4, Stimu- 
lus 3,4. 


MILES T. BRYANT 

Middlebury, Vt. 

AMERICAN LITERATURE 

Delta Kappa Epsilon,- Mountain Club 
1; Ski Patrol 1, 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2, 
3,4. 




Alpha Tau Omega, Mountain Club 1,2,3, 
4, Winter Carnival 2,3,4 ; Community 
Chest Drive 1 ,2,- Tennis 2,3,4; Intramurals 
1, 2,3,4. 



BARBARA P. BROWN 

Managua, Nicaragua 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Women's Forum 1; International Rela- 
tions Club 1,2, 3,4; Winter Carnival 1 ; 
French Club 1,2; Spanish Club 1 ,2,3,4, 
Dance Club 1 ,2,- Community Chest Drive 3. 


CHARLES C. BUELL, JR. 

Concord, N.H. 

HISTORY 

Alpha Sigma Psi, Secretary 2, Corre- 
sponding Secretary 3, President 4, In- 
ternational Relations Club 1; Mountain 
Club 1, 2,3,4, Choir 1,2,3,- Campus 1,2,3, 
Assistant News Editor 3,- Soccer 2,3; 
Intramurals 1, 2,3,4; CFEC 3,4. 



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MOLLY S. BUFFUM 

Arlington, Va. 

AMERICAN LITERATURE 

Sigma Kappa, Concessions Chairman 2, 
Social Chairman 3, Treasurer 4; Women's 
Undergraduate Association 1, Handbook 
Editor 3; House Board Member 1 ; Wo- 
men's Forum 1,3,4; Christian Association 
1; College Club 1,2,3, Secretary 2,3; 
Yacht Club 1, Mountain Club 1,2,3,4 ; Sky- 
line 3,4; Winter Carnival 2, National 
Publicity Chairman 3, Publicity Commit- 
tee Chairman 4. Campus 1,2, 3, 4, Feature 
Assistant 4 ; Community Chest Fair 3. 


F. PAUL BUTLER 

Chevy Chase, Md. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Zeta Psi, Vice-President 4, Athletic 
Manager 4 ; Inter-Fraternity Council 3,4 ; 
Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4. 



CHRISTOPHER BURDEN ELIZABETH A. BUSHEY 

Charlotte, Vt. Bloomfield, Conn. 

GEOGRAPHY AMERICAN LITERATURE 

Theta Chi, Vice-President 3, President Women's Forum 1,2, 3, 4, Young Dem- 
4 ; Intramurals 1,2, 3,4. ocrats 1; French Club 1,2; Cinema Club 4. 



JOHN L. BUTTOLPH III 

Skaneateles, N.Y. 
GEOGRAPHY 

Delta Kappa Epsilon, House Manager 2, 
Treasurer 2,3,4, Head Waiter 4, Brother 
Pi 4 ; Mountain Club 1; Band 1,2, 3,4, As- 
sistant Manager 2,3,4 ; Community Chest 
Drive 3; Intramurals 1,2, 3,4. 


LEE CALLIGARO 

Clifton, NJ. 

HISTORY 

Zeta Psi, Secretary 2, Supreme Council 
3; Sophomore Guide 2; Young Republi- 
cans 1,2,3; International Relations Club 
1,2,3, President 2 ; Spanish Club 1; De- 
baters 1,2,3 ; WRMC 1. 





JOHN F. CAHILL 

New Rochelle, N.Y. 

RUSSIAN 

Newman Club 1,2, 3, 4, President 4; 
Russian Club 1,2, 3, 4, Vice-President- 
Treasurer 4. 


SUSAN T. CAMDEN 

Chatham, N.Y. 
AMERICAN LITERATURE 


LINDA D. CALLIGARO (MRS.) 

Clifton, NJ. 

ENGLISH 


Pi Beta Phi, Magazine Chairman 2, 
Social Chairman 3, President 4 ; House 
Board 4 ; Junior Counselor 3; Sopho- 
more Guide 2; Dance Club 1,2, Presi- 
dent 2 ; Kaleidoscope 1,2,3; Com- 
munity Chest Drive 2,3, Co-chairman 
Solicitations 2, Fair Co-Chairman 3; 
Cinema Club 2,3,4. 



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ELLEN V. CAMPBELL 

Alexandria, Va. 

ENGLISH 

Theta Chi Omega, Entertainment 
Chairman 2, Vice-President 3, Presi- 
dent 4, Pan-Hellenic Council 3; 
Proctor Hall Research and Evaluation 
Committee 2,3; Women's Forum 4, 
Canterbury Club 3,4; Debaters 1,2. 


STUART D. CAMPBELL 

North Bennington, Vt. 
AMERICAN LITERATURE 

Delta Upsilon,- Sophomore Guide 2, 
Mountain Club 1, 2,3,4, Ski Patrol 1, 2,3,4, 
Assistant Leader 3 ; Soccer 2,3,4, Intra- 
murals 1,2, 3, 4. 





PHYLLIS D. CAMPBELL 

Olean, N.Y. 

SOCIOLOGY 

Sigma Kappa, Treasurer 3; Proctor 
Hall House-Personnel Committee 1,2, 
3,4; Women's Recreation Association 
2; Women's Forum 1,2; Junior Coun- 
selor 3; Sophomore Guide 2; Chapel 
Cabinet 3,4 ; Winter Carnival 1 ,2,3,4,- 
Band 1,2. 



DONNA L. CARLSTOM 

Waltham, Mass. 
AMERICAN LITERATURE 


MICHAEL V. CAOLA II 

Troy, N.Y. 

GERMAN 

Zeta Psi, Social Chairman 4 ; Newman 
Club 1,2; Young Republicans 4 ; German 
Club 1,2,3, 4 ; Debaters 1; Band 1,2,4; 
Baseball 1,2, Manager,- Intramurals 1,2, 
3,4; Men's Athletic Council 1 ,2. 



Women’s Forum 2,3,4 ; Junior Weekend 
Committee 3,- Mountain Club 2,3,- Winter 
Carnival 2,3, Decorations Chairman 3; 
German Club 2; Women's Glee Club 2 ; 
Cinema Club 3,4; Theatre 2,3,4. 





JOHN D. CARPENTER 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

BIOLOGY 

Delta Kappa Epsilon, Corresponding 
Secretary 4 ; Sophomore Guide 2 ; Campus 
1,2,- Football i ; Track 2 ; Intramurals 
1, 2,3,4. 


CYNTHIA A. CHASE 

Henniker, N.H. 

BIOLOGY 

College Club 1; Mountain Club 1,2,3, 4, 
German Club 3,4 ; Russian Club 1,2,3; 
Players 1,2. 



JON G. CARLSTROM 

Mankato, Minn. 
CHEMISTRY 





ROWAND H. CLARK 

Upper Saddle River, N.J. 
HISTORY 

Theta Chi ; Young Republicans 1,2,3,4 ; 
Campus 2. 


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CAROL J. CLEGG 

Salt Lake City, Utah 
GEOGRAPHY 

Sigma Kappa,- Proctor Hall Publicity 
Committee 2,- Chapel Board 4 ; Canterbury 
Club 3,4; International Relations Club 2; 
Mountain Club 2,3,4; Winter Carnival 2,- 
French Club 2; German Club 4 ; Russian 
Club 2; Campus 2,3,4. 


ALEXANDRA M. CONNELLY 

Ludlow, Pa. 

AMERICAN LITERATURE 



JOHN F. CLOUGH 

New London, N.H. 
ECONOMICS 

Sigma Epsilon; Skiing 1,2,3, 4, Cap- 
tain 4. 



HARRY L. CODY 

Winnetka, III. 

ECONOMICS 

Chi Psi ; Mountain Club 1, 2,3,4,- 
Campus 1,2,4, Blood Drive 1, 2,3,4; 
Lacrosse 1 ,- Intramurals 1 ,2,3,4. 



Kappa Kappa Gamma, Activities Chair- 
man 3, Concessions Chairman 4 ; Wo- 
men's Forum 1, 2,3,4; Junior Weekend 
Committee 3,- Christian Association 2; 
Canterbury Club 1; Young Republicans 4, 
Yacht Club 2,3,4 ; Mountain Club 1, 2,3,4,- 
Winter Carnival 1,2,3,- French Club 1; 
Choir 3,4,- Dance Club 1; Campus 2,- 
Kaleidoscope 2,3,- Religion Conference 
1; Community Chest Drive 2. 




CREIGHTON L. CONNER 

New Canaan, Conn. 

AMERICAN LITERATURE 

Alpha Sigma Psi, Social Chairman 2, 
Rushing Chairman 4 ; Inter-Fraternity 
Council 2,3,4, Vice-President 3,4 ; Soph- 
omore Guide 2, Blue Key 3,4; Winter 
Carnival 1, Baseball 2,3; Intramurals 
1 ,2,3,4. 



CAROL G. COX 

New York City, N.Y. 


TERRENCE R. COLVIN 

Syracuse, N.Y. 

ECONOMICS 

Theta Chi, Librarian 2,3, Scholastic 
Chairman 3,- Student Educational Policy 
Committee 4, Secretary 4 ; Proctor Hall 
House Committee 2,3,4; Junior Fellow 3; 
Sophomore Guide 2,- Mountain Club 1,2, 
3,- Winter Carnival 1,2, Chairman 2,- 
Ski Patrol 2,3,4; Culture Conference 
1,2,3, 4, Treasurer 4 ; Skiing 1,- Intra- 
murals 1,2, 3,4. 


PHILOSOPHY 

Women's Forum 1,2; Canterbury Club 
1,2,3,- Mountain Club 1,2,3; Women's 
Glee Club 1,- WRMC 1,- Winter Carnival 1; 
Women's Tennis Team 1,2, 3, 4. 


JUDITH A. D. COOPER 

Rochester, N.Y. 

BIOLOGY 

Delta Delta Delta; Women's Undergrad- 
uate Association 1; Pan-Hellenic Council 
3,4 ; House Board 1,3,- Junior Weekend 
Committee 3,- Sophomore Guide 2 ; Moun- 
tain Club 1,2,3, 4 ; French Club 1; Com- 
munity Chest Drive 2,3, Raffle Committee 
Chairman 3. 




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CHARLES C. COX RICHARD A. COY 

Southampton, N.Y. St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada 

POLITICAL SCIENCE ECONOMICS 


DEBORAH S. CREHAN 

Hartford, Conn. 

FRENCH 

Student Educational Policy Committee 4 ; 
Student Association 2 , Honors Committee 
2,3; Dormitory President 3; House Board 
2,3; Women's Recreation Association 2,3, 
Treasurer 3 ; Mortar Board 4, Newman 
Club 1,2, 3, 4, President 3, French Club 
1,2, 3,4; German Club 1,2,3; Campus 1,2, 
3,4, Feature Editor 3, Managing Editor 4. 


BRADLEY J. DELANEY 

Orleans, Mass. 

PHILOSOPHY 

Theta Chi, Social Chairman 2, Steward 4 ; 
Intramurals 2,3. 


Alpha Tau Omega, Alumni Secretary Delta Upsilon; Hockey 1, 2,3,4,- Intra- 
4, Proctor Hall Recreation Committee murals 1,2, 3, 4. 

4,- Mountain Club 1; Winter Carnival 
3,4,- Kaleidoscope 3 ; Basketball 2 ; 

Freshman Basketball 1,- Baseball 1,2, 

3,4; Intramurals 1,2, 3,4. 


STANHOPE F. CUNNINGHAM 

Hartford, Conn. 

GERMAN 

International Relations Club 2,3,4 ; Yacht 
Club 1,2,- Mountain Club 1; Enquirers 
2,3,4, French Club 4 ; German Club 1 ,2,3,4; 
Choir 2,3,4; Players 1,2,3; Cinema Club 
2,3,4, ROTC Rifle Team 1, 2,3,4. 






PAUL 0. DEIGNAN 

Chappaqua, N.Y. 

ENGLISH 

Newman Club 1,4, SANE 4 ; Mountain 
Club 1,4,- Enquirers 2,3,4, President 4 ; 
Russian Club 3 ; Cinema Club 3,4. 



MARIAN C. DEMAS 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 

MUSIC 

Women's Forum 1 ,2,3,4, Canterbury 
Club 4; Mountain Club 1 ,2,3,4; Sky- 
line 2,3,4; Winter Carnival Awards 
Chairman 2,3,4 ; Choir 1 ,2,3,4, Chapel 
Board 3,4. 



JANET C. DENNISON 

Cambridge, Mass. 
AMERICAN LITERATURE 

Proctor Hall Research and Evaluation 
Committee 3,4,- Women's Forum 2,3,4 ; 
Junior Counselor 3; Mountain Club 
1,2, 3, 4; Skyline 2,3,4, Membership 
Chairman 3,- Winter Carnival 1,2, 3,4, 
Ball Refreshments Chairman 2, 
Tickets Chairman 3, Purchasing 
Agent 4. 


JUDITH M. DENTON 

Haddonfield, N.J. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Women's Recreation Association 1,2; 
Women's Forum 1,2,4, International 
Relations Club 1,2,4, Program Chair- 
man 2 ; Winter Carnival 1,2; French 
Club 1,2,4, Russian Club 4 ; Debaters 
2,4,- Kaleidoscope 1 . 



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EDWIN L. DeVILBISS 

Summit, N.J. 

ECONOMICS 

Alpha Tau Omega; Mountain Club 1,2,3, 
4, Skyline 1,2,3, 4, Trips Chairman; 
Winter Carnival 1, 2,3,4, Police and 
Transportation Chairman 4, Pocking 
Chairman 3 ; Intramurals 3,4. 


LAWRENCE F. DICKIE 

Riverside, Conn. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Alpha Tau Omega, Rush Chairman 3,4,- 
Proctor Hall Social Committee 2, Sopho- 
more Guide 2; Yacht Club 1,2; Mountain 
Club 1; Winter Carnival 2,3, Packing 
Chairman 2, Programs Chairman 3,- 
Community Chest Drive 1,3; Track 1,2,3, 
4,- Intramurals 1,2, 3,4 ; Cheerleaders 
1 , 2 , 3 , 4 . 




MICHAEL H. DEVLIN 

Lake Placid, N.Y. 

SOCIOLOGY 

Sigma Epsilon,- Sophomore Guide 2 ; New- 
man Club 1,2,3, 4; Blood Drive 3,4 ; 
Hockey 1,2,3. 


ALAN DEWART 

Beverly, Mass. 

ECONOMICS 

Sigma Epsilon, Treasurer 3, President 4 ; 
Men's Judicial Council 4 ; Russian Club 
1,2,3; Band 1; Orchestra 1 ; WRMC 1,2; 
Lacrosse 1; Football 1. 




JAMES W. DOANE 

Washington, D.C. 

ECONOMICS 

Delta Upsilon, Social Chairman 3 ; Under- 
graduate Association 1 ; Student Associa- 
tion 1; Men's Undergraduate Association 
1 ,- Class President 1 , Sophomore Guide 2; 
Kaleidoscope 2,3,4, Sports Editor 3, 
Photography Editor 4, Football 1,2, 3,4, 
Tennis 3,4 ; Intramurals 1,2,3, 4. 


JAMES E. DREVES 

Rye, N.Y. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Chi Psi, Social Chairman 3,- Junior Week- 
end Committee 3; Junior Fellow 3; Young 
Republicans 3,- International Relations 
Club 1,2; Mountain Club 1,2; Winter 
Carnival 1 ,2,4, WRMC 1,2,3, 4, Advertis- 
ing Manager 2, Promotional Director 4, 
Board of Directors 1,2, 3,4, Blood Drive 
2,3,4; Intramurals 1, 2,3,4, Proctor of 
Gifford Hall 4. 


WILLIAM S. DYSON, JR. 

North Adams, Mass. 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Delta Upsilon,- Newman Club 1,2, 3,4 
Mountain Club 1 ,2; Winter Carnival 1 
Kaleidoscope 4, Basketball 1,4 
Baseball 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4 


WILLIAM E. EASTLER, JR. 

Waltham, Mass. 
CHEMISTRY 

Sigma Epsilon,- Junior Weekend Decor- 
ating Committee Chairman 3,- Moun- 
tain Club 1; Ski Patrol 1,2,3; Com- 
munity Chest Drive 2,- Track 2,3; In- 
tramurals 1,2,3, 4, ROTC Rifle Team 
1; ROTC Drill Team 2. 




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DANIEL R. DONALDSON 

Buffalo, N.Y. 

ECONOMICS 

Kappa Delta Rho, Junior Tribune 3, 
House Manager 4 ; Inter-Fraternity 
Council 2,3,4,- Hockey 3,4 ; Intramurals 
1,2, 3,4. 






SHERMAN E. EDDY 

Washington, D.C. 
SOCIOLOGY 

Zeta Psi, Social Chairman 4,- WRMC 1. 


DAVID S. EDSON 

Greenwich, Conn. 
ENGLISH 

Theta Chi. 


DORTHEA ELLS 

Winsted, Conn. 

BIOLOGY 

Women's Forum 3,4. Mountain Club 
1,2,3, 4, Skyline 3,4, Commissary 4, 
Winter Carnival 1, 2,3,4; Campus 1,2,4. 



DONALD P. ELMORE 

Exeter, N.H. 

ECONOMICS 

Delta Upsilon; Junior Fellow 3; Sopho- 
more Guide 2; Blue Key 2,3,4, President 4; 
Ski Patrol 1,2,3, 4, Section Chief 3, Leader 
4, Football 1,2, 3, 4, Captain 4 ; Lacrosse 
2,3,4; Men's Athletic Council 3,4, Fresh- 
man Council 1 ; Winter Carnival 3. 



HARVEY A. EVANS 

Philadelphia, Penn. 
SOCIOLOGY 




BYRON P. FINK III 

Braintree, Mass. 
ENGLISH 


JOHN T. FLATTERY 

Fabius, N.Y. 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 



Delta Kappa Epsilon, Corresponding Sec- 
retary 2; Dormitory Vice-President 1 ; 
Dissipated Eight 1,2,3,- Players 3,4; Com- 
munity Chest Drive 1,2, Blood Drive 3,4, 
Cinema Club 4. 


Chi Psi, House Manager 3,4,- Inter- 
Fraternity Council 3,4, Sophomore Guide 
2; Young Republicans 2,3,- Winter Carni- 
val 1,2,3, Bad Weather Co-Chairman 3. 




ANNE F. FAIRBANKS 

Natick, Mass. 

BIOLOGY 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, Rush Chairman 3,- 
Sophomore Guide 2,- Skyline 2,3,4,- 
Carnival Social Chairman 3,4, Commun 
ity Chest Fair Chairman 2. 


H. STETSON FLETCHER III 

Rutland, Vt. 

SOCIOLOGY 

Delta Upsilon,- Sophomore Guide 2,- Foot- 
ball 1,2, 3,4, Skiing 1,2,3, 4, ROTC Bat- 
tallion Commander. 


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MARGARET J. FRANCK 

Bethlehem, Conn. 

HISTORY 

Women's Recreation Association 2, 
3,4; Women's Forum 1,2, 3,4; Newman 
Club 1,2, 3, 4 ; International Relations 
Club 3,4; Mountain Club 1,2, 3, 4, 
Winter Carnival 1,2,4 ; German Club 
2,3,4, Band 1 ; Orchestra 1; Cinema 
Club 3,4 


PAULINE A. FRIZZELL 

Brattleboro, Vt. 

HISTORY 

Pi Beta Phi, Historian 3, Social Co-Chair- 
man 4, Women's Forum 1,2,3; Class 
Council Member 1; Newman Club 1 ,2,3,4; 
Young Democrats 2,3; Mountain Club 1,2, 
3,4; Cinema Club 4. 



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CECIL R. FORSTER, JR. 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Sigma Epsilon, Class Representative 1, 
2,3,4; Help Week Chairman 2; Sophomore 
Guide 2; Blue Key 3,4; Carnival Social 
Committee Chairman 4; Football 1 ,2,3,4,- 
Basketball 1,2,4; Track 1,2,4; Chairman 
Ugly Man Contest 3. 


GERARD N. FOSTER 

Barre, Vt. 

PHYSICS 

Alpha Sigma Psi ; Universalist Fel 
lowship 1,2; Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4. 



FREDERIC W. FULLER 

Springfield, Mass. 

HISTORY 

Alpha Tau Omega,- Sophomore Guide 2,- 
Community Chest Drive 1; Tennis 2.- 
Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4. 



NORMAN P. FRASCELLA 

Trenton, N.J. 

SPANISH 

Newman Club 1,2,4, Spanish Club 1,2,4. 


LEE GEISEN 

Darien, Conn. 

HISTORY 

Student Educational Policy Committee 
4, Board of Governors Culture Committee 

2.3.4, House Board 2,3,4. Women's 
Recreation Association 2,3,4 ; Women's 
Forum 1,2; Young Democrats 1,2; Inter- 
national Relations Club 3,4 ; Mountain 
Club 1,2; Winter Carnival 1,2,3; Dance 
Club I,- Kaleidoscope 1,2,3,- Culture 
Conference 3,4, Publicity Chairman 4 ; 
Blood Drive 2,- Cinema Club 3,4; C.F.E.C. 

3.4. 


JAN D. GIBBONEY 

Maplewood, N.J. 

SPANISH 

Kappa Delta Rho ; Sophomore Guide 2; 
Spanish Club 1,2,4; Band 1,2; Intramurals 
1,2,4. 


CLIFFORD R. FULTON, JR. 

Webster, N.Y. 

HISTORY 

Delta Kappa Epsilon,- Young Republicans 
4, Intramurals 1,2, 3,4, Men's Athletic 
Council 3,4, Hockey Manager 2,3,4. 








ZENITH B. GLADIEUX (MRS.) 

Jacksonville, Vt. 

RUSSIAN 

Theta Chi Omega; Women's Forum 1,2,3,- 
Mountain Club 1; Winter Carnival 1, 
Russian Club 3,4 ; Band 1,2; Kaleido 
scope 3 ; Blood Drive 3. 


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EUGENE L. GORLEWSKI 


CHARLES H. GIBBONS 

Ft. Pierce, Fla. 

ECONOMICS 

Alpha Sigma Psi, Secretary 3, House 
Manager 3; Proctor Hall Entertainment 
Committee 2; Class Council Member 1 ; 
Junior Fellow 3; Young Republicans 2,3,4, 
International Relations Club 2,3,4; Yacht 
Club 1,2; Winter Carnival 1 ,2,3,4; Play- 
ers 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3, 4. 


DEBORAH S. GILLETTE 

Barre, Vt. 

GEOGRAPHY 

Pi Beta Phi; Student Association 3; Dorm- 
itory President 4 ; House Board 1,3,4, 
Junior Counselor 3; Mountain Club 1,2,3, 
4, Women's Ski Team 2,3,4, Tennis Club 4. 


HELEN L. GORDON 

Bon Air, Va. 

AMERICAN LITERATURE 

Theta Chi Omega,- Student Life Commit- 
tee 4, Secretary 4 ; Pan-Hellenic Council 
3,4, President 4, Women's Forum 1,2,3,- 
Players 1, 2,3,4; Cinema Club 4. 



New Britain, Conn. 

GERMAN 

Atwater Club 2,3, Secretary 3,- Orchestra 
1,2, 3,4,- Carilloneur 2,3,4. 



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SAMUEL L. GORDON, JR. 

Hartsdale, N.Y. 

ECONOMICS 

Chi Psi, Treasurer 3 ; Sophomore Guide 2,- 
Yacht Club 1, 2,3,4, Commodore 3,4, 
Mountain Club 1; Winter Carnival Re- 
gistration Committee Chairman 3,- 
Baseball 1,2, 3, 4,- Intramurals 1,2, 3,4. 


THOMAS L. GREENE 

Narragansett, R.l. 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Alpha Tau Omega, Social Chairman 
2,3,- Yacht Club 1,2,3, Mountain Club 
1,2, 3,4; Winter Carnival 3,4,- Track 2,- 
Intramurals 1,2, 3,4. 


MARGUERITE A. GREWER 

Upper Montclair, N.J. 
ENGLISH 



JAMES Z. GROSSMAN 

Newton, Mass. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Kappa Delta Rho ; Hillel 1, 2,3,4, Yacht 
Club 1; Winter Carnival 4; Kaleidoscope 
3,4, Culture Conference 3,4 ; Community 
Chest Drive 4, Blood Drive 2,3,4, Cinema 
Club 4, Football 4,- Intramurals 1, 2,3,4. 



LOUISE GULICK 

South Casco, Me. 

GEOGRAPHY 

Pi Beta Phi; Proctor Hall Research and 
Evaluation Committee 2,3,4; House Board 
3; Women's Forum 1,2,3, 4, Scholarship 
Chairman 3,4; Sophomore Guide 2; Moun- 
tain Club 1,2, 3, 4 ; Women's Ski Team 1, 
2,3,4; Life Guard 4. 



PERRY 0. HANSON III 

Ripton, Vt. 



GEOGRAPHY 

Delta Upsilon, Chaplain 2, Pledge Trainer 
3,4; Blue Key 3,4, Football 1,2, Lacrosse 
1,2,3, 4, Co-Captain 4. 



SUSAN E. HANSON (MRS.) 

Ripton, Vt. 

GEOGRAPHY 

Pi Beta Phi, Recording Secretary 4, Rush 
Captain 3, Assistant Rush Captain 2, 
Pledge Class President 1 ; Proctor Hall 
Research and Evaluation 2,3; Women's 
Forum 1,2; Mortar Board 4 ; Women's 
Glee Club 1. 


ANNE HAMANT 

Dover, Mass. 

SPANISH 

Mountain Club 1; Spanish Club 2,3,4, 
Women's Glee Club 1 . 


GARY L. HANSEN 

Port Washington, N.Y. 
ECONOMICS 

Kappa Delta Rho; Mountain Club 1,2,3, 
4 ; Ski Patrol 2,3,4 ; Intramurals 1,2,3, 4, 
Men's Athletic Council 2. 



VALENTINE C. HART 

Morris, Conn. 

HISTORY 

Zeta Psi, Inter-Fraternity Council Re- 
presentative 2; Intramurals 1,2,4. 


LANSING C. HAYS III 

Riverside, Conn. 
AMERICAN LITERATURE 



C. RICHARD HAWLEY 

Middlebury, Vt. 

BIOLOGY 

Delta Upsilon, Pledge Chaplain 1, Li- 
brarian 2, Assistant Pledge Trainer 2,- 
Student Association 2, Election Commit- 
tee Co-Chairman 2, Sophomore Guide 2,- 
College Club 1,2,- Mountain Club 1,2,3, 4, 
Winter Carnival 2 ; Community Chest 
Raffle Committee Co-Chairman 2; Blood 
Drive 3,4, Football 1,2,4; Intramurals 
1,2,3, 4. 


PETER J. HAWLEY 

North Adams, Mass. 
PSYCHOLOGY 

Theta Chi, Vice-President 2, President 
3; Inter-Fraternity Council 2,3,4, 
Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4. 


Alpha Tau Omega,- Proctor Hall 
Social Committee 1, Public Relations 
Committee 2; Junior Weekend Enter- 
tainment Chairman 3; Sophomore 
Guide 2,- Mountain Club 1,2, 3, 4, Sky- 
line 2,3,4, Winter Carnival Co-Chair- 
man 4; Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4. 



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TIMOTHY Y. HAYWARD 

Milton, Moss. 

ECONOMICS 

Sigma Epsilon; Mountain Club 1,2, 3,4, 
Winter Carnival 1,2,3. 


SANDRA L. HAZEN 

Chester Depot, Vt. 
ECONOMICS 

Delta Delta Delta, Publicity 3, Scholar- 
ship Chairman 4 ; House Board 2,4, • 
Women's Forum 1,2,3; Sophomore 
Guide 2 ; Winter Carnival 4 ; Blood 
Drive 3,4. 


ANTHONY J. HERSHFIELD 

Roslyn Heights, N.Y. 
ECONOMICS 

Zeta Psi, Supreme Council 3,4 ; Board of 
Governors 1,2; Hillel 1,2,3,4 ; Mountain 
Club 1,2,3, 4 ; Winter Carnival 1; Campus 
1,2, 3, 4, Office Manager 3, Treasurer 4, 
Intramurals 1,2,3, 4. 



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MICHAEL K. HEANEY 

Basking Ridge, N.J. 

RUSSIAN 

Sigma Epsilon,- Student Life Committee 

3.4, Men's Judicial Council 2,3,4, Chief 
Justice 4, Inter-Fraternity Council 2,3,4, 
President 4, Board of Governors 2,3,- Jun- 
ior Fellow 3,- Sophomore Guide 2, Blue 
Key 2,3,4; Waubanakee 3,4, Soccer 2,3,4, 
Co-Captain 4, Baseball 2 , Intramurals 

1.2. 3. 4, Men's Athletic Council 3,4; Jun- 
ior Marshall 3. 



C. WOODBRIDGE HICKCOX 

Shreveport, La. 

GEOLOGY 

Zeta Psi, Steward 4 ; Football 3,4, Man- 
ager,- Freshman Basketball 1 ; Track 2,3, 
4, Manager, Intramurals 1,2,3, 4, Men's 
Athletic Council 2,3,4. 



FRANK W. HILL 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Kappa Delta Rho, Junior Tribune 3, 
Secretary 3, President 4 ; Debaters 2,3, 
Secretary 3; Intramurals 1, 2,3,4. 


CAROL J. HINES 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
BIOLOGY 

Pi Beta Phi,- Pan-Hellenic Council 3,4, 
Secretary-Treasurer 4 ; Women's Under- 
graduate Association 1 ; House Board 1 ; 
Class Council 1,- Winter Carnival 2,3,4; 
Dance Club 1. 



MARYANN E. HICKCOX 

West Hartford, Conn. 

BIOLOGY 

Women's Forum 2,3,4, Sophomore Guide 
2 ; Newman Club 1, 2,3,4, International 
Relations Club 4, Mountain Club 1 ,2,3,4, 
Winter Carnival 1,3,4. 


SUSAN M. HIXSON 

Lake Forest, III. 

GEOGRAPHY 

Pi Beta Phi, Social Chairman 3, Vice-Pres- 
ident 4, House Board 1,2,- Women's 
Recreation Association 1,2,3, 4, President 
3,- Junior Counselor 3,- Tennis 1,2, 3,4. 




THOMAS A. HOLLISTER 

Lake Bluff, III. 

HISTORY 

Delta Kappa Epsilon, Secretary 2, Li- 
brarian-Historian 3,4, Junior Weekend 
Tickets and Clean-up Committee 3; Young 
Republicans 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 4, 
Winter Carnival 4, Bad Weather Co- 
Chairman,- Intramurals 1, 2.3,4; Interna- 
tional World Student Federation 2,4. 




AVERY S. HOLLOWAY 

Chestnut Hill, Mass. 
SOCIOLOGY 

Delta Delta Delta, Activities and 
Fraternity Education Chairman 3, 
Rush Parties Chairman 4 ; Proctor Hall 
Committee 1 ,2,3,4, Women's Forum 
1,2,3; Canterbury Club 3,4, Yacht 
Club 3; Mountain Club 1,2, 3,4; Winter 
Carnival 1, 2,3,4; Spanish Club 3,- 
Band 1,2; Kaleidoscope 3,4, Com- 
munity Chest Fair 2; Blood Drive 3,- 
Fire Chief 4 ; Panther 2,3. 




DAVID R. HOLMES 

Adelphi, Md. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Delta Upsilon, Librarian 3, Critic 4 ; 
Blue Key 3,4 ; Religion Conference 2,3; 
Football 1,2, 3,4, Co-Captain 4 ; 
Basketball 2,- Freshman Basketball 
1; Tennis 1,2,3; Men's Athletic Coun- 
cil 3,4, Secretary 3,4. 



THOMAS C. HOOPES 

West Grove, Pa. 
GEOGRAPHY 


LOIS P. HORR 

Westfield, N.J. 

FRENCH 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, Registrar 4, House 
Board 1; Women's Forum 1,2,3, 4, Moun- 
tain Club 1,2, Winter Carnival 1,2, 3,4, 
Ice Show Costumes Chairman 2,- French 
Club 3,4; Blood Drive 3,4. 



Theta Chi, Athletic Chairman 2,3; Moun- 
tain Club 1 ,2,3,4. French Club 1,2,- In- 
tramurals 1 ,2,3,4. 



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BETSEY A. HOTCHKIN 

Short Hills. N.J. 

ECONOMICS 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, Women's Recrea- 
tion Association Representative 3,- Pan- 
Hellenic Council 4 ; Canterbury Club 1.- 
Yacht Club 3,- Mountain Club 1,2,- Winter 
Carnival 1 ,2,3,4, Kaleidoscope 2,3,- 
Tennis Club 1,2,3. 


GREGORY K. HUNT 

Belmont, Mass. 

FINE ARTS 

Chi Psi, Vice-President 4, Student Educa- 
tional Policy Committee 4, Student Asso- 
ciation 3,- Sophomore Guide 2; Yacht Club 
3 ; WRMC 1 ,2,- Cinema Club 4 ; Intramurals 
1,2, 3, 4 ; Midd-Nite Co-Chairman 3. 


DAVID S. HUTCHINSON 

Lakeport, N.H. 

SOCIOLOGY 

Alpha Tau Omega,- Proctor Hall Recrea- 
tion Committee 4; Winter Carnival 4,- 
Men's Glee Club 3,4 ; Football 1, 2,3,4,- 
Lacrosse 2,3,4. 



JEFFREY W. HOUSE 

Fanwood, N.J. 

ENGLISH 

Kappa Delta Rho,- Junior Fellow 3,- Sopho- 
more Guide 2. 




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THAD A. JACKSON 

Hopedale, Mass. 
ECONOMICS 

Winter Carnival 1 ; Russian Club 
Band 1,2,3. 


MARY G. JOCELYN 

Honolulu, Hawaii 
ECONOMICS 

Pi Beta Phi, Song Leader 3, Social Chair- 
man 4 ; Proctor Hall Culture Committee 2,- 
Women's Recreation Association 1,2,3, 4, 
Women's Forum 1,2,3; Mountain Club 1, 
2,3; Winter Carnival 1,2. 



MARY S. JENKS 

Spring Valley, N Y. 
BIOLOGY 


ROBERT L. JENSEN 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 

ECONOMICS 

Zeta Psi, Social Chairman 2,3; ROTC 
Rifle Team 1,2; Band 1; Intramurals 
1, 2,3,4. 


LINDA A. JOHNSON 

Providence, R.l. 

AMERICAN LITERATURE 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, President 4 ; Pan- 
Hellenic Council 3, Social Chairman 3,- 
Women’s Forum 2 ; Young Republicans 3, 
4 ; Yacht Club 1 ; Mountain Club 1,2, 3, 4, 
Dance Club 1. 


3,4; Sigma Kappa; House Board 1,3,4; Wo- 
men's Forum 4 ; Christian Association 1, 
Chapel Cabinet 1,4; Mountain Club 1; 
Kaleidoscope 3. 




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REID JOHNSON 

Fort Thomas, Ky. 
MATHEMATICS 

Chi Psi, President 4; Student Educa- 
tional Policy Committee 4, Men's 
Judicial Council 4, Blue Key 4 ; Moun- 
tain Club 1; Winter Carnival 2,3; 
Community Chest Drive-Fair 2; Bas- 
ketball 3 ; Golf 1,2, 3,4, Captain 4 ; 
Intramurals 1, 2,3,4. 


ROBERT N. JOHNSON 

Haverhill, Mass. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Zeta Psi; Proctor Hall Personnel 
Committee 3; Young Republicans 1, 
Winter Carnival 1, Klondike Rush; 
Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4. 


ALICE M. JOHNSON 

Rochester, N.Y. 

FINE ARTS 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, Rooms 2, Registrar 
3, Corresponding Secretary 4 ; Women's 
Forum 1,2,3; Sophomore Guide 2, Moun- 
tain Club 1; Winter Carnival 2; French 
Club 2 ; Spanish Club 1,2 ; Kaleidoscope 
1,2, 3, 4, Typing Editor 4 ; Religion Con- 
ference 2,3. 



JEFFREY J. JOSEPH 

New York, N.Y. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Chi Psi, Student Life Committee 3,4 ; 
Dormitory President 1; Junior Fellow 3; 
Blue Key 3,4, Waubanakee 3,4 ; Hillel 
1,2, 3, 4, President 2 ; Campus 1, 2,3,4, 
Executive Editor 2, Associate Editor 3, 
Editor-in-Chief 4, WRMC 2,3; Soccer 1, 
2,3,4; Lacrosse 1, 2,3,4,- Intramurals 2,3. 



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NORMAN W. KALAT, JR. 

Shrewsbury, Mass. 
ECONOMICS 

Delta Kappa Epsilon, Corresponding 
Secretary 2, Vice-President 4 ; Inter- 
Fraternity Council 2,3,4; Class Council 
3; Yacht Club 1 ; Lacrosse 1 . 


JOHN W. KELLY 

Hawthorne, N.Y. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Theta Chi, House Manager 3; Junior 
Weekend Committee 3; Mountain Club 
1,2; Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4. 



NOEL W. KANE 

Scarsdale, N.Y. 
ENGLISH 


MARVIN L. KELLEY 

Hartford, Conn. 
MUSIC 



Young Democrats 1,2, Vice-President 2; Delta Upsilon, Steward 3, Winter Carni- 

Yacht Club 2; Mountain Club 1 ,2,3,4, val 4, ROTC Guards 2, Dissipated Eight 

Enquirers 4; Campus 2,3; Frontiers 1; 1 ,2,3,4, Leader 4; Choir 1 ,2,3,4, Assistant 

Intramurals 3,4. Director 4 ; Men's Glee Club 1 ; Community 

Chest Drive-Fair 1; Football 1,2,3,- 
Lacrosse 1,2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4. 



PATIENCE E. KENNEY 

Pittsburgh, Penn. 

GERMAN 

Sigma Kappa, Publicity Chairman 2, 
Scholarship Chairman 4; College Club 1 ,2; 
International Relations Club 4 ; French 
Club 1,2,3; German Club 1, 2,3,4; Russian 
Club 4 ; Frontiers 2,3,4; Blood Drive 2,3. 



WILLIAM H. KIEFFER III 

Summit, N.J. 

ECONOMICS 

Delta Kappa Epsilon,- Junior Weekend 
Committee 3; Sophomore Guide 2; Yacht 
Club 1,2,3, 4 ; Winter Carnival 1,2,3; Ten 
nis 2; Intramurals 1 ,2,3,4; Cheerleaders 3. 



SUSAN KINTNER 

New York, N.Y. 
GEOGRAPHY 

Delta Delta Delta, Service Projects 
Co-Chairman 3, Social Chairman 4, 
Proctor Hall Culture Committee 1,2,3,- 
House Board 1,2; Women's Forum 
1, 2,3,4, Junior Counselor 3 ; Canter- 
bury Club 1,2, 3,4, Yacht Club 3,4, 
Winter Carnival 1 ,2,3,4; French Club 
1; Dance Club 2; Cinema Club 3; 
Tennis 1, 2,3,4. 

MARTA L. KIMBALL 

Kenilworth, III. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Delta Delta Delta,- Women's Forum 1,2,3, 

4, Junior Weekend Committee 3, Winter 
Carnival 1,2,3,- Kaleidoscope 1,2; 
International Relations Club 1,2, 3, 4, 

Yacht Club 1,2; Blood Drive 3,4. 


ANN L. KLING 

Baldwin, N.Y. 

ENGLISH 

Sigma Kappa,- Women's Forum 1,2; 
SANE 2; Mountain Club 1,- Russian 
Club 1,2,- Debaters 1; Campus 2,3,4. 
Assistant Editor 4 ; Cinema Club 2,3,4, 
Kaleidoscope 1. 





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CHARLES E. LARSEN 

Pittsburgh, Penn. 

CHEMISTRY 

Delta Kappa Epsilon; Proctor Hall Per- 
sonnel Committee 1,2; Junior Fellow 3,- 
Young Republicans 1,3,4; Winter Carnival 
1,3; Intramurals 1, 2,3,4; Cheerleaders 2 ; 
Chemistry Lab Assistant 4. 


JOHN S. LEA, JR. 

Washington D.C. 
ENGLISH 

Alpha Tau Omega. 


VIRGINIA A. LAUBE 

Sigmund, Pa. 

FRENCH 

Alphi Xi Delta, Treasurer 3, Vice-Presi- 
dent 4 ; Women's Forum 1,3; Newman 
Club 1,2,4; Mountain Club 1; French 
Club 1; Spanish Club 2,3,4, Russian 
Club 2,3,4; Folk Dance Club 1; Assistant 
House Director 4, Photography Club 3,4. 


WARREN D. LAWLEY 

Bristol, Conn. 
ENGLISH 

Delta Kappa Epsilon. 


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MARILYN A. KRAMER 

Islip, N.Y. 
HISTORY-FRENCH 

Alpha Xi Delta,- Women's Forum 1,2,3, 
4 ; French Club 1,2,3,- Band 1,2,3,- 
Orchestra 1,2, 3, 4, Blood Drive 3 ; 
Vermont State Symphony Orchestra 
1,2,3, 4; Woodwind Quintet 2,3,4. 


M. STARR KRUESI 

Signal Mountain, Tenn. 

FINE ARTS 

Women's Forum 1,2, 3, 4, Sophomore 
Guide 2 ; Flying Panthers 1,2; Yacht Club 
I,- Mountain Club 1,2; Winter Carnival 
1, 2,3,4; Spanish Club 1 ; Hockey 1,2, 3, 4. 


THOMAS F. KOCH 

Barre, Vt. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Christian Association 1,2, Treasurer 
2,- Chapel Cabinet 2,3,4, Worship Com- 
mittee 2,3,4, Chairman 3,- Young Re- 
publicans 1,2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treas- 
urer 1, President 2, State Chairman 
3,4; Mountain Club 1 ,2,3,4, WRMC 1 ; 
Lutheran Association 1,2, 3, 4. 


MARJORIE A. LAM 

Farmington, Mich. 

SPANISH 

Delta Delta Delta, Song Leader 3, Vice- 
President 4 ; Board of Governors 1,2, 3, 4, 
Publicity Chairman 2, Program Co- 
ordinator 3, Vice-President 4 ; Women's 
Forum 1,2, 3,4, Forum Board 2 ; Class 
Council 1; Junior Counselor 3,- Sopho- 
more Guide 2; Mortar Board 4, Treasurer,- 
Freshman Activities Committee 1; Moun- 
tain Club 1,2, 3.4, Winter Carnival 1,2; 
Spanish Club 2,3,4,- Band 1,2; Blood 
Drive 2,3,- Senior Song Leader 4; Phi 
Beta Kappa 4. 


MARIO S. LANDA 

Norwalk, Conn. 

HISTORY 

Delta Upsilon,- International Relations 
Club 3,4,- Winter Carnival 3,4; Debaters 
4, WRMC 3,4; Religion Conference 2,3,4; 
Culture Conference 2,3,4; Football 1,2, 
3,4. Lacrosse 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3. 



ELIOT LEVINSON 

Brookline, Mass. 

HISTORY 

Kappa Delta Rho, Scholarship Chairman 
2,3, Vice President 4 ; Student Life Com 
mittee 4 ; Student Association 2,3,4, 
President 4, Proctor Hall House Com- 
mittee 2; Class Council 1; Sophomore 
Guide 2; Blue Key 3,4; Freshman Orien- 
tation Committee 3; Hillel 1,2,3; Moun- 
tain Club 1; Band 1,2; Religion Confer 
ence 3,4, Soccer 2, Manager; Men's 
Athletic Council 2. 


PATRICIA LIVINGSTON 

Philadelphia, Penn. 
ENGLISH 



ROGER E. LEWANDOWSKI 

Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Delta Upsilon, Blue Key 3,4 ; Young 
Democrats 2; International Relations 
Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 2; Hockey 
2,3,4, Captain 4 ; Men's Athletic 
Council 3,4; Stimulus 3,4. 


JOHN C. LITTEL 

Glastonbury, Conn. 
MATHEMATICS-PHYSICS 

Yacht Club 1,2,3,4 ; Ski Patrol 1,2, 3, 4. 


Proctor Hall Social Committee 3; Wo- 
men's Forum 1, 2,3,4 ; Chapel Board 4, 
Friends 1; International Relations Club 
2; Mountain Club 1; Winter Carnival 2; 
French Club 1,2,3; Campus 1 ,2,3,4; 
Cinema Club 2,3. 



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DEBORAH F. LYNCH 

Woodstock, Vt. 
RUSSIAN | 

Mountain Club 3,4; Russian Club 4. 


JAMES T. MCCORMACK 

Irvington, N.Y. 
ECONOMICS 


EDWINA T. LITWIN 

Yonkers, N.Y. 

HISTORY 

Winter Carnival 2,3; Spanish Club 1,2, 
3,4; Kaleidoscope 2,3; Cinema Club 
2,3,4. 


PATRICIA W. LYNCH 

Lebanon, N.J. 
MATHEMATICS 

Women's Forum 1 ; Mountain Club 1,2,3, 
4 ; Skyline 2,3,4, Winter Carnival 1,2,3, 
4, Banquet Chairman 2, Winter Sports 
Chairman 3, Carnival Chairman 4, 
Kaleidoscope 1,- WRMC 2,3. 


MERCEDES MCAFEE 

South Belmar, N.J. 
PHILOSOPHY 

House Board 2 ; French Club 1,2; German 
Club 3,4,- Kaleidoscope 1,2,3, Literary 
Editor 3; Frontiers 2,3, 4 ; Culture Con- 
ference 4 ; Cinema Club 3. 


Chi Psi, Rush Chairman 2,3,4, Chairman 
"Direct Line" 3,4, Student Life Commit- 
tee 4 ; Board of Governors 4, President 4; 
Junior Fellow 3; Sophomore Guide 2, Blue 
Key 3,4; Winter Carnival 2,3,4; Klondike 
Rush Co-Chairman 3; Dissipated Eight 
1, 2,3,4; Campus 3,4, WRMC 1,2; Com- 
munity Chest Drive-Fair 1,2, Solicitations 
Co-Chairman 2; Soccer 2,3,4. 



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DONALD H. MCLEAN 

Summit, N.J. 

HISTORY 

Delta Upsilon,- Class Council Member 1 ; 
Sophomore Guide 2; Freshman Orienta- 
tion Activities Committee 1; Winter 
Carnival 4; Community Chest Drive-Fair 
1,3; Blood Drive 3; Soccer 2; Lacrosse 1, 
4, Intramurals 2,3.4 ; Freshman Lacrosse 
Coach 3. 


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m. kent Macdonald 

Fitchburg, Mass. 

FRENCH 

Zeta Psi, Historian 4 ; Proctor Hall 
Personnel Committee 3,4; Junior Week- 
end Committee 3,- Christian Association 
1; Mountain Club 1,2; Winter Carnival 2; 
French Club 3,4, Spanish Club 1,2, 3, 4, 
Culture Conference 3,4, French Dorm 4, 
Intramural College Bowl Committee 2,3,4. 


JOHN E. MCLERAN 

Katonah, N.Y. 

ENGLISH 

Chi Psi, Secretary 3; Class Council 
Member 1 ; Sophomore Guide 2; Com- 
munity Chest Drive-Fair 2,3,4 ; Intra- 
murals 1,2, 3, 4. 



ELIZABETH A. McLAIN 

Chestertown, Md. 
PHILOSOPHY 

Pi Beta Phi; Proctor Hall Publicity Com- 
mittee 1,2; House Board Member 2. Wo- 
men's Forum 1,2; Canterbury Club 1; 
Young Republicans 2 ; Yacht Club 2,3; 
Mountain Club 1,2, 3,4; Winter Carnival 
1, Programs 2; Band 2; Religion Con- 
ference 1,2,3; Culture Conference 2,3; 
Community Chest Drive-Fair 2,3. 


RICHARD W. MAINE 

Tarrington, Conn. 

SOCIOLOGY 

Delta Upsilon, Secretary 2, President 4. 
Men's Judicial Council 3,4, Class Secre- 
tary-Treasurer 3; Junior Fellow 3; Blue 
Key 2,3,4, Waubanakee 3,4 ; Newman Club 
1,2,3, 4 ; Basketball 2,3,4, Captain 4. In- 
tramurals 1,2, 3, 4, Men's Athletic Coun- 
cil 3,4; Concessions Evaluation Commit- 
tee 2,3. 



RANDALL T. MCNAMARA 

Wellesley, Mass. 

GEOGRAPHY 

Christian Science Organization 1, 2,3,4, 
President 4 ; Band 1,2, 3, 4, Student Di- 
rector 1,2, 3, 4 ; Brass Choir 3,4 ; Dance 
Band 2,3,4. 






MAXINE M. MANDEL 

Mount Vernon, N.Y. 

FRENCH 

Women's Forum 1,2, 3, 4; Hillel 1,2, 3, 4, 
Secretary 2,3,4, Mountain Club 1,2,3, 
4 ; French Club 1,2,3; Blood Drive 1, 
Assistant House Director 4, Phi 
Beta Kappa 4. 



ROGER H. MANTERNACH 




West Hartford, Conn. 
ECONOMICS 

Phi Kappa Tau ; Secretary 3; Yacht 
Club 1; Mountain Club 1 ,2,3,4; Cam- 
pus 2,3,4, Photography Editor 2,3; 
Intramurals 2,3,4. 


LEIGH C. MARR 

Niantic, Conn. 
MATHEMATICS 

Delta Delta Delta, Corresponding Secre- 
tary 3, Treasurer 4, Women's Under- 
graduate Association 1; Proctor Hall 
Culture Committee 2,3,4, House Board 
Member 1; Women's Forum 1,2,3, 4, 
Board 2; Junior Weekend Committee 3, 
Sophomore Guide 2; Mountain Club 1,2, 
3,4, Winter Carnival 1,2,3; Community 
Chest Drive- Fair 2,3,4, Blood Drive 2,3. 



JOHN P. MARSTON 

Fair Lawn, NJ. 

AMERICAN HISTORY 

Mountain Club 1,2, 3, 4; Cinema Club 4, 
Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4. 


KEITH N. MEGATHLIN 

Cohasset, Mass. 
BIOCHEMISTRY 

Alpha Tau Omega, Scholastic Chairman 
2, Judicial Council 2, Public Relations 
4 ; Inter-Fraternity Council 3,4, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer 4 ; Proctor Hall House 
Committee 1,2; Junior Fellow 3; Sopho- 
more Guide 2, Blue Key 3,4; Yacht Club 
1; Mountain Club 1,2, 3,4; Carnival Com- 
mittee, Food Co-Chairman 3; Handbook, 
Co-Chairman 2; Intramurals 1,2, 3,4. 




DENNIS J. MEEHAN NANCY W. MEEHAN 

Northampton, Mass. Northport, N.Y. 

ECONOMICS MATHEMATICS 



Zeta Psi, Treasurer 3, President 4 ; Proc- Theta Chi Omega, Corresponding Secre- 

tor Hall Committee, College Bowl 3; tary 2, Women's Forum 1,2,3; Class 

Junior Fellow 3; Mountain Club 1 ; Winter Council Member 3; Yacht Club 1 . 

Carnival 1; Debaters 1; Intramurals 
1, 2,3,4. 




FRANCES S. MERCHANT 

Wilmington, Del. 

AMERICAN LITERATURE 

Delta Delta Delta, Publicity Correspond- 
ent 4, Women's Recreation Association 
2; Women's Forum 1,3,4 ; Junior Weekend 
Committee 3 ; Yacht Club 1,2,3; Blood 
Drive 4, Mountain Club 1. 


MELINDA L. MELBYE 

South Yarmouth, Mass. 
MATHEMATICS 

Alpha Xi Delta, Philanthropy Chairman 
3; Rooms Chairman 4; Women's Forum 
1,2, 3, 4 ; Mountain Club 1,2,3, 4 ; Kaleido- 
scope 1. 



ANN E. MESSICK 

Ridgewood, N.J. 

AMERICAN LITERATURE 

Theta Chi Omega, Rush Chairman 3, 
Secretary 4 ; Women's Forum 1,3; 
Winter Carnival 3; Russian 1,2,3; 
Kaleidoscope 3 ; Frontiers 2,3,4 ; 
Chapel Board 2, Program Chairman 2. 


CHESTER F. MEYER 

Port Washington, N.Y. 
ENGLISH 

Alpha Tau Omega, Steward 3, Execu- 
tive Council 4 ; WRMC 4 ; Intramurals 
1,2,3, 4. 




MERLIN H. MINICLIER 

McLean, Va. 

DRAMA 

Alpha Xi Delta 1,2; Women's Forum 
1,2; Canterbury Club 1,2, 3, 4; Winter 
Carnival 1; Players 2,3,4, Treasurer 4 



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WENDY E. MILLER 

Winnetka, III. 
AMERICAN LITERATURE 


CONSTANCE M. MINER 

Garden City, N.Y. 
ECONOMICS 


Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pledge Chair- 
man 3, Marshal 4 ; Women's Forum 

1.2.4, Finance Committee Chairman 
2; Sophomore Guide 2; Christian 
Association 1; Mountain Club 1; 
Winter Carnival 1,4 ; Kaleidoscope 

3.4, Blood Drive 1,2; Cinema Club 4. 


AUSTIN S. MIXSELL 

Springtown, Pa. 

SOCIOLOGY 

Theta Chi; Class Council Member 3,- 
Junior Weekend Committee, Clean-up 
Chairman 3; Sophomore Guide 2,- Winter 
Carnival 1; Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4. 


Women's Forum 1,2; Mountain Club 
1,2, 3, 4 ; Winter Carnival Klondike 
Rush 1,2, 3, 4. 



BAILEY J. MOL INEUX, JR. 

Metuchen, N.J. 

HISTORY 

Phi Kappa Tau,- Men's Undergraduate 
Association 2; Inter-Fraternity Council 
4, Class Council Member 1 ; Sophomore 
Guide 2 ; Football 2; Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4. 



MARSHALL D. MONTGOMERY 


Stamford, Conn. 


KENNETH A. MOORE 

Peacham, Vt. 
HISTORY 



POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Theta Chi; Young Republicans 1, 2,3,4; 
International Relations Club 3 ; Band 1 ; 
Football 1; Track 1,2, 3, 4. 


Proctor Hall Research and Evaluation 
Committee 1; Dormitory President 4, 
Choir and Madrigal Singers 1,2,3, 4, 
Culture Conference 3,4. 



MICHAEL E. MONE 

Brockton, Mass. 

HISTORY 

Delta Upsilon, Parliamentarian,- Newman 
Club 1,2,3, 4, Young Democrats 1,2, Yacht 
Club 1,2,- Football 1, 2,3,4, Lacrosse 2,3; 
Intramurals 1,2, 3,4. 


FLOYD L. MORELAND, JR. 

Passaic, N.J. 

CLASSICS 

Zeta Psi, Secretary 3, Student Educa- 
tional Policy Committee, Chairman 4,- 
Proctor Hall Personnel Committee 3,4, 
Class Council Member 1,- Yacht Club 1,2; 
Spanish Club 1,2,- German Club 2,3,4,- 
Intramural College Bowl Committee 2,3. 


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NEIL S. MOSS 

New York City, N.Y. 

AMERICAN LITERATURE 

Delta Upsilori; Ski Patrol 2,3; Kaleido- 
scope 1,2, 3, 4, Business Manager 4; 

Community Chest Drive- Fair, Co-Chair- 
man 3, Blood Drive 1 ,2,3,4; Football 1; 
Intramurals 1,2,3,4 ; Stimulus, Business 
Manager 3,4. 

SUSAN B. MOSS (MRS.) 

Baltimore, Md. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Delta Delta Delta, Pan-Hellenic Re- 
presentative 3, Assistant Rush Chair- 
man 2 ; Women's Judicial Council 3; 
Proctor Hall Social Committee 2 ; 
Dormitory President 3; Women's 
Forum 2,3, Dance Chairman 3; 
Kaleidoscope 2,3,4, Community 
Chest Drive- Fair 3. 


GARY R. MURPHY 

Willsboro, N.Y. 

CHEMISTRY 

Zeta Psi, Supreme Council 3, House 
Manager 2,3, Rushing Chairman 4, 
Pledge Trainer 4 ; Young Republicans 1; 
Band 1 ; Kaleidoscope 3 ; Soccer 3 ; 
Freshman Basketball 1; Intramurals 
1 ,2,3,4. 





SMITH G. MOWRY 

New Britain, Conn. 
ECONOMICS 

Alpha Tau Omega, Executive Commit- 
tee 2, Secretary 3, Judicial Council 
4, Class Secretary-Treasurer 3; Jun- 
ior Weekend Committee 3; Junior Fel- 
low 3,- Sophomore Guide 2 ; Winter 
Carnival, Klondike Co-Chairman A- 
Band 1; Campus 1,2,3, 4, Business 
Manager 4 ; Religion Conference 3,4, 
Co-Chairman 4. 


PATRICIA A. MURPHY 

Rockville, Md. 
MATHEMATICS 

Theta Chi Omega, Treasurer 4; House 
Board Member 4, Women's Forum 1,2,3, 
4 ; Junior Counselor 3; Sophomore Guide 
2; Newman Club 1,2, 3, 4; German Club 
1,2; Blood Drive 3. 





DIANA M. MULLER 

Newtown, Conn. 

HISTORY 

Proctor Hall Culture Committee 2 , Wo- 
men's Recreation Association 4 ; Women's 
Forum 3; International Relations Club A- 
Yacht Club 1; Mountain Club 1 ,2,3,4, 
Winter Carnival 4, French Club 2,3; 
German Club 1, 2,3,4; Choir 1 ; Kaleido 
scope 3; Photography Club 3,4, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4. 


JANE E. MYERS 

Middlebury, Vt. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Sigma Kappa,- Proctor Hall House-Person- 
nel Committee 1,2, Women's Forum 1,2; 
Mountain Club 1,2,3, 4, Skyline 2,3,4, 
Trips Co-Chairman 3, Secretary 4, Cor- 
respondence Secretary 3,4 ; Campus 1, 
2,3, Assistant Office Manager 2, Kaleid 
oscope 2,3,4. 


WILLARD R. NALCHAJIAN 

Chelsea, Mass. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Delta Upsilon,- Football 1,2,- Baseball 1,2, 
Intramurals 3,4. 


BETH D. NAYLOR 

Somerville, N.J. 
PSYCHOLOGY 

Sigma Kappa, Philanthropy Chairman 4, 
Women's Forum 1,2,4, Canterbury Club 
1,2,4; Mountain Club 1 ,2,3,4; Winter 
Carnival 4 ; Spanish Club 1 ,2,3,4. Blood 
Drive 1,2. 



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EDWIN W. NAYLOR 

Mayfield, N.Y. 

BIOLOGY 

Delta Kappa Epsilon, House Manager 4, 
Mountain Club 1,2, 3,4; Winter Carnival 
1,3, Co-Chairman 3; Community Chest 
Drive -Fair 3; Freshman Basketball 1; 
Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4. 


HANS N. NEUHAUSER 

Boston, Mass. 

BIOLOGY 

Theta Chi, Secretary 3,4; Junior Fellow 
3; Mountain Club 1, 2,3,4; Skyline 2,3,4, 
President 4, Winter Carnival 3; Cinema 
Club 3,4. 


GEOFFREY H. NICHOLS 

West Newbury, Mass. 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Kappa Delta Rho, Ski Patrol 2,3,4 ; Com- 
munity Chest Drive-Fair 1 ; Soccer 1,3, 
Lacrosse 1, 2,3,4,- Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4. 


LAWRENCE C. NOYES 

Cape Elizabeth, Me. 
ECONOMICS 

Sigma Epsilon,- Sophomore Guide 2,- Foot- 
ball 2,3,4,- Basketball 2; Freshman Bas- 
ketball, Captain 1 ; Track 1 ,2. 



ERIC R. NITSCHKE 

Birmingham, Mich. 

HISTORY 

Theta Chi, Steward 3, Judiciary 4 ; Cinema 
Club 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2, 3,4. 


CAROL C. OLIVER 

West Orange, N.J. 
AMERICAN LITERATURE 



Delta Delta Delta, Social Chairman 3; 
Women's Recreation Association 2,- 
Women's Forum 1 ,2,3,4; Junior Week- 
end Committee 3, Young Republicans 
4,- Flying Panthers 2 ; Yacht Club 2,3, 4 ; 
Mountain Club 1,2, 3,4,- Winter Carni- 
val 2,3,4; Community Chest Drive- 
Fair 2 ; Blood Drive 2,3. 


ROBERT L. PACKARD 

Rochester, N.Y. 
ECONOMICS 




PAMELA NOTTAGE 

Hartsdale, N.Y. 

AMERICAN LITERATURE 

Pi Beta Phi, Concessions 2, Pledge Train- 
ing 3,- Women's Judiciary Council 2 ; Proc- 
tor Hall House Committee 2,- Women's 
Forum 1,2,3; Sophomore Guide 2; Can- 
terbury Club 1; Yacht Club 1,2, 3,4, Pub- 
licity 2, Secretary 3, Vice-Commodore 4, 
Carnival Committee 1,2,3; Kaleido- 
scope Literary Editor 4 ; Culture Con- 
ference, Assistant Treasurer 3,- Blood 
Drive 1,2,3. 


KAREN C. PAULLIN 

Newington, Conn. 
GEOGRAPHY 

Pi Beta Phi, Activities Chairman 1, Cor- 
responding Secretary 2,3, Philanthropy 4, 
Proctor Hall Culture Committee 2,3; 
House Board Member 3,- Women's Forum 
1,2,3,- Friends 1,2, 3,4; International Re- 
lations Club 3,4,- AAountain Club 1,2, 3, 4, 
Winter Carnival 2,3,- French Club 2 ; Cam- 
pus 3; Kaleidoscope 2,3; Culture Con- 
ference 3,4, Format Chairman 3, Co- 
Chairman 4; Cinema Club 4. 



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JEFFREY L. PELTON 

West Rupert, Vt. 

ECONOMICS 

Kappa Delta Rho, Corresponding Secre- 
tary 2,3; Junior Fellow 3; Mountain 
Club 1,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4, Freshman 
Basketball 1, Intramurals 1,2,3, 4. 


ANN PIERCE 

Springfield, Vt. 

FINE ARTS 

Players 3,4, Frontiers 2; Cinema Club 
2,3,4; Photography Club 4. 


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JOHN W. PENROD III 

Wintersville, Ohio 
SPANISH 

Delta Upsilon; Proctor Hall Personnel 
Committee 1,2; Class Secretary-Treas- 
urer 1; Class Council Member 1 ; Sopho- 
more Guide 2; Spanish Club 4, Track 1; 
Intramurals 1 ,2,4; ROTC Color Guard 2. 


LUCINDA E. PETERSON 

Bloomfield, Conn. 
MATHEMATICS 

Women's Forum 1, 2,3,4, Class Council 
Member 3; Junior Weekend Committee, 
Chairman of Invitations and Chaperones 
3; Junior Counselor 3; Kaleidoscope 3 ; 
Religion Conference, Secretary 4. 



CYNTHIA W. POLTRACK 

Stamford, Conn. 

AMERICAN LITERATURE 

Women's Forum 1,2,3,4 ; Class Council 
Member 3; Junior Weekend Committee 3; 
Junior Counselor 3; Mountain Club 1; 
Winter Carnival 2 ; Kaleidoscope 2,3. 





EDWARD G. PINKERTON, JR. 

Dedham, Mass. 
PHILOSOPHY 

Theta Chi; Track 3. 



JUDITH A. POWERS 

Winchester, Mass. 

ENGLISH LITERATURE 

Skyline 2,3; Carnival Committee, 
Co-Chairman Carnival Ball 3; Or- 
chestra 2. 


NANCY LOU PORTER 

Falls Church, Vo. 

FRENCH 

Alpha Xi Delta, Rush Secretary 2 ; Social 
Chairman 3, Recording Secretary 4, 
Women's Forum 1; Christian Association 
1; International Relations Club 1,2,3, 
Secretary-Treasurer 1,2, Program Chair- 
man 3; Mountain Club 1; French Club 4 ; 
Campus 2. 


FAITH D. POST 

West Springfield, Mass. 
FRENCH 

Theta Chi Omega,- Women's Recrea- 
tion Association 2,3; Women's Forum 
1,4; Mountain Club 1,2,3, 4; French 
Club 3,4, Cinema Club 3,4, Women's 
Ski Team 1,2,3, 4. 



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MICHAEL D. PUGLIESE 

Watertown, Mass. 
BIO-CHEMISTRY 

Kappa Delta Rho,- Newman Club 1 ; 
Mountain Club 1 ; Winter Carnival 
3,4; Intramurals 1, 2,3,4. 


BRENNAN RASH 

Washington, D C. 

FINE ARTS 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, Music Chairman 4, 
Class Council 1 ; Junior Weekend Decora- 
tions and Refreshments Co-Chairman,- 
Mountain Club 1, 2,3,4; Winter Carnival 
1,2,3; Spanish Club 1; Campus 1; Cinema 
Club 2,3,4. 


MARION P. RANSOM 

Eatontown, N.J. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Theta Chi Omega, Social Chairman 3, 
Women's Recreation Association 
Representative 4, Women's Forum 1, 
2,3; Young Republicans 1,2,3; Winter 
Carnival 3 ; Campus 4 ; Kaleido- 
scope 2,3; Community Chest Drive 3,- 
Blood Drive 3. 





FREDERICK W. REYNOLDS 

Wilbraham, Mass. 
AMERICAN LITERATURE 



RONALD L. REESE 

Syosset, N.Y. 

PHYSICS 

Junior Fellow 3,- Skyline 2, Treasurer 3,- 
Winter Carnival 1,2, Police and Trans- 
portation Committee Co-Chairman 2,- 
Phi Beta Kappa 4. 



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Kappa Delta Rho,- Yacht Club 1,2, 3, 4, 
Intramurals 3,4. 




M. ELIZABETH ROACHE 

Norwalk, Conn. 


MERRILY R. ROBINSON 

Cranford, N.J. 

FRENCH 




ENGLISH 

Women's Forum 1; Christian Science Or- 
ganization 2 ; Yacht Club 2 ; Mountain 
Club 1; Winter Carnival 1,2; Spanish 
Club 1,2, Secretary-Treasurer 2. 


Sigma Kappa, Rooms Chairman 2, Pan- 
Hellenic Council 3,4,- Mountain Club 1,- 
Winter Carnival 1,2,- Campus 2,3,4, 
National Advertising Manager 4. 



DAVID P. RILEY 

Middlebury, Conn. 

HISTORY 

Chi Psi, Proctor Hall Culture Committee 
1,2,- International Relations Club 2; 
Yacht Club 1; Debaters 2 , Blood Drive 1, 
2 ; Cinema Club 2,4 ; Intramurals 2,4. 


E. PAGE ROCHESTER 

Corning, N.Y. 

FRENCH 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, Marshal 3, 2nd 
Vice-President 4 ; Women's Forum 1,2,3, 
4, Board 2,3,4, Sophomore Guide 2; 
Canterbury Club 1 ,2,3,4, Secretary 2. 
Student Vestry 3,4 ; Yacht Club 1,2; 
Mountain Club 1,2, 3,4; Winter Carnival 
1,2,3,- French Club 2,3,4, Secretary- 
Treasurer 4 ; Campus 1, 2,3,4. 


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KARIN C. RYDING 

Detroit, Mich. 

GEOGRAPHY 

Sigma Kappa, Librarian 2; Mountain 
Club 1; French Club 1; Women's Glee 
Club 2; Campus 1 ,2,4. 


JANET SAYERS 

Walpole, Mass. 

FRENCH 

Delta Delta Delta, Women's Recreation 
Association Representative 2, Sponsor 
Chairman 3, Librarian-Historian 4; Stu- 
dent Life Committee 3,4, Student Asso- 
ciation 3,4, Vice-President 4, House 
Board 3 ; Women's Recreation Associa- 
tion 1,2,3, Secretary 2, Vice-President 
3; Women's Forum 1,2; Junior Counselor 
3; International Relations Club 2, Moun- 
tain Club 1,2, 3,4; Winter Carnival 1,2,4, 
French Club 4 ; Kaleidoscope 2; Cinema 
Club 2. 




JULIE SAGE 

West Orange, N.J. 

FINE ARTS 

Delta Delta Delta, Chaplain 4, House 
Board 1; Women's Forum 1, 2,3,4; 
Mountain Club 1,2,3,4 ; Winter Carni- 
val 2,3; Players 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, 
Vice-President 4, Religion Conference 
3; Cinema Club 4. 


IAN S. SANDERSON 

Natick, Mass. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Alpha Tau Omega, Pledge President 
1, Judicial Council 3; Proctor Hall 
Entertainment Committee 3,4 ; Dorm- 
itory President 1; Sophomore Guide, 
Co-Captain 2; Winter Carnival Cross- 
Country Committee Chairman 2; In- 
tramurals 1 ,2,3,4; Class Council 1 . 




SCOTT M. SCUDDER 

Cotuit, Mass. 

CHEMISTRY 

Kappa Delta Rho, House Manager 3; 
Mountain Club 1,2,3,4 ; Lacrosse 1; 
Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4. 


DIANA B. SARGENT 

Barre, Vt. 

AMERICAN LITERATURE 

Delta Delta Delta, Pledge Trainer 3, 
Marshall 4, Student Association 3, Secre- 
tary 3; Women's Undergraduate Associa 
tion 3; House Board 3,4 ; Women's Forum 
1,2,3, 4 ; Junior Weekend Committee 3; 
Sophomore Guide 2; Mountain Club 1,2, 
3,4, Winter Carnival 1,2,4; Kaleidoscope 
3. 


RICHARD A. SEYBOLT 

Ballston Spa, N.Y. 

SPANISH 

Delta Kappa Epsilon, Secretary 2; Span- 
ish Club 4, Lacrosse, Manager 1,2; In- 
tramurals 1,2,4. 


GERALD L. SHYAVITZ 

Haverhill, Mass. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Phi Kappa Tau, Intramural Chairman 1, 
Rush Chairman 2, Vice-President 3, 
President 4 ; Hillel 1,2, 3,4; Football 1; 
Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4. 



ROBERT S. SEELEY 

Staten Island, N.Y. 
ENGLISH 

Zeta Psi; Frontiers 2. 




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WILLIAM A. SIHLER 

Juneau, Alaska 
HISTORY 


ROGER H. SIMON 

Scarsdale, N.Y. 
DRAMA 



ROBERT A. SKIFF 

Jeffersonville, Vt. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Delta Kappa Epsilon, Corresponding 
Secretary 3; Proctor Hall Recreation 
Committee 1 ,2,3,4; Junior Weekend Com 
mittee 3; Sophomore Guide 2, Young 
Republicans 1, 2,3.4, Winter Carnival 1, 
2,4; Kaleidoscope 2,3,4, Freshman Bas 
ketball 1. Baseball 2,- Intramurals 1,2, 
3,4; Spanish Club 2,3. 


JOAN L. SMITH 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Sigma Kappa, Assistant Rush Chairman 2, 
Rush Chairman 3, 1st Vice-President 4 ; 
Dormitory President 4 ; Women's Forum 
1,2,- Junior Counselor 3; Sophomore 
Guide 2, Christian Association 1,2, Sec 
retary 2; Chapel Cabinet 3,4, College 
Club 1; Winter Carnival 1; Debaters 1,3 


Christian Science Organization 4 ; Moun- 
tain Club 3,4, Winter Carnival 3,4. 


Delta Kappa Epsilon,- Board of Governors 
of Proctor Hall, Publicity Chairman 2,3,- 
Proctor Hall Culture Committee 2; Soph- 
omore Guide 2, Hillel 1 ,2,3,4, Treasurer 3; 
Mountain Club 1,2, 3,4; Winter Carnival 
3,- Players 2,3,4, Points Chairman 3, 
President 4 ; WRMC 2 ; Cinema Club 3,- 
Intramurals 1,2, 3,4, Proctor 3,4 ; Midd- 
Nite Director 3. 


DAVID L. SMITH 

Canaan, N.H. 

ECONOMICS 

Delta Upsilon, Secretary 2, Scholarship 
Chairman 4 ; Junior Weekend, Co-Chair- 
man of Decorations Committee 3,- Winter 
Carnival 2 ; Kaleidoscope 3 ; Football 1 ; 
Baseball, Manager 2 ; Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4. 




DONALD T. SMITH 

Huntington, N.Y. 
BIO-CHEMISTRY 

Zeta Psi; Canterbury Club 4. 



JANE C. SOMMERS (MRS.) 

Cornwall, Vt. 

BIOLOGY 

Women's Forum 1,2,- Class Council 
Member 1 ; Mountain Club 1,2,3, 4, 
Skyline 2,3,4, Winter Carnival 2,3. 


NANCY L. SPANIER 

Rockville Centre, N.Y. 
DRAMA 

Mountain Club 3,- Spanish Club 3,4 ; 
Players 3,4,- Dance Club 3,4, Presi- 
dent 4, Cinema Club 3. 



EDITH I. SPRENGER 

Flushing, N.Y. 

AMERICAN LITERATURE 

Pi Beta Phi, Assistant Pledge Trainer 
3, Executive Assistant to the Presi- 
dent 4, Student Educational Policy 
Committee 4, House Board Member 1 ; 
Women's Forum 1, 2,3, 4 ; Junior Week- 
end Publicity Committee Co-Chairman 
3; Sophomore Guide 2, Winter Carn- 
ival 1,2; Kaleidoscope 3 ; Religion 
Conference 1, 2,3,4, Co-Chairman 4, 
Culture Conference 2,3,4, Blood 
Drive 2,3,4. 



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CHARLES J. SPRIGMAN, JR. 

Woodbury, NJ. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Delta Kappa Epsilon, Social Chairman 
3,4; Board of Governors 2,3,4, Junior 
Weekend Publicity Committee Chair- 
man 3; Freshman Orientation Activ- 
ities Committee 1; Young Republicans 
3; Winter Carnival 2,3,4, Publicity 
Co-Chairman 4, Culture Conference 
3; Intramurals 1,2,4. 


J. WESLEY STILES 

Summit, N.J. 

BIOLOGY 

Young Republicans 1,2, 3,4, Kaleido- 
scope 1,2,3, 4, Assistant Photography 
Editor 2, Photography Editor 3; Photog- 
raphy Club 3,4, President 3,4. 





GILBERT 0. STANLEY 

Washington, Conn. 
HISTORY 



WILLIAM E. STEERS, JR. 

Hartsdale, N.Y. 
ECONOMICS 




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Chi Psi; Campus 4 ; Football 1,2, 3, 4. Delta Kappa Epsilon,- Newman Club 1, 

2,3,4,- Young Republicans 4 ; Mountain 
Club 1; WRMC 2,3,4, Engineering 
Director 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4. 



CYRIL F. STRIFE 

Hartsdale, N.Y. 
BIO-CHEMISTRY 

Delta Kappa Epsilon, Rush Co-Chairman 
3, President 4 ; Class Council Member 2 ; 
Junior Fellow 3,- Sophomore Guide 2; 
Newman Club 1, 2,3,4; Young Republicans 
3,4; Winter Carnival 3; Intramurals 
1 , 2 , 3 , 4 . 


ROSEMARY H. STREETER 

Glastonbury, Conn. 

SPANISH 

ormitory President 3,- House Board 
Member 3,- Women's Forum 1,2,3, 4, 
panish Club 1, 2,3,4, President 3. 




RAYNELLE B. STUART 

Garden City, N.Y. 

ENGLISH 

Delta Delta Delta, Student Association 4, 
House Board Member 4 ; Women's Forum 
1,2; Mountain Club 1,2, 3, 4, Winter 
Carnival 3, Icebreakers Co-Chairman 4, 
Band 1,2,- Campus 2,3,4, Local Advertis- 
ing Manager 4 ; Frontiers 2, WRMC 2,3,- 
Blood Drive 1. 


THOMAS A. SUESS 

Dallas, Tex. 

ECONOMICS 

Phi Kappa Tau, Treasurer 2,3,- Inter- 
Fraternity Council 2,3; Junior Fellow 
3,- Sophomore Guide 2,- Newman Club 

1 .2.3.4, Winter Carnival 2; Football 
1; Freshman Basketball 1, Track 1,2, 

3.4, Co-Captain 4 ; Intramurals 1,2,3, 4 




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VIRGINIA E. SWAIN 

Augusta, Me. 

FRENCH 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, Vice-President 
4 ; Dormitory President 3,- House 
Board Member 1; Junior Counselor 3,- 
Sophomore Guide 2,- Yacht Club 1; 
French Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 3, 
Co-President 4 ; Dance Club 2; Campus 
1; Kaleidoscope 1. 





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KARIN C. SWANSON 

New Britain, Conn. 

BIOLOGY 

Women's Judicial Council 2,3,4, 
Chief Justice 4, Class Vice-President 
2,3,4; Junior Weekend Committee 3 ; 
Junior Counselor 3; Sophomore Guide 
2; Mortar Board 4 ; Skyline 1 ,2,3,4, 
Winter Carnival 3. 



HENRY E. TAUBER 

Gloversville, N.Y. 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Sigma Epsilon,- Mountain Club 
1,2, 3,4,- Intramurals 2,3,4. 

ALICE J. TALIAK 

Olmsted Falls, Ohio 
BIOLOGY 

Delta Delta Delta, Pledge Class 
President 1, Rooms Co-chairman 3, 
Service Projects Co-Chairman 4 ; 
Proctor Hall Publicity Committee 1,2; 

House Board Member 2; Women's 
Forum 1, 2,3,4, Committee Chairman 
2,3,4; Sophomore Guide 2,- Christian 
Association 2,- Chapel Cabinet 3,4, 
Worship Commission 4 ; Young Re- 
publicans 4 ; Mountain Club 1, 2,3,4; 
Spanish Club 2 ; Debaters 1 ,3,4. 





JOHN W. TAYLOR, JR. 

Upper Montclair, N.J. 

HISTORY 

Kappa Delta Rho,- International Rela- 
tions Club 2; Skyline 1,2, 3,4, Woodsmen's 
Team Captain 3,4 ; Winter Carnival 1,2, 
3,4, Tickets Co-Chairman 3, Carnival 
Ball Co-Chairman 4 ; Enquirers 2. 



RICHARD N. TAYLOR 

Flushing, N.Y. 
CHEMISTRY 

Junior Fellow 3 ; Phi Beta Kappa 4. 









CATHERINE E. TELFAIR 

West Caldwell, N.J. 
MATHEMATICS 

Sigma Kappa, 2nd Vice-President 3,- 
Student Educational Policy Committee 
4,- House Board Member 3,4; Women's 
Forum 1 ; Class Council Member 1 ; Moun- 
tain Club 1 ; Winter Carnival 1 ,2,- Women's 
Glee Club 1, Campus 1,2, 3, 4, Circulation 
Manager 3; Blood Drive 1,2. 


JOHN P. L. THATCHER, JR. 

Reno, Nev. 

HISTORY 

Alpha Tau Omega,- Chapel Cabinet 3,4, 
Canterbury Club 1,2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 
Vestry 3, Chairman 4. International Re- 
lations Club 4 ; Mountain Club 1,2,3, 4, 
Winter Carnival 1,2; French Club 1,2; 
Russian Club 1,2,3,- Dance Club 1,2. 



ROSAMOND J. TEARE 

Beloit, Wis. 

FRENCH 

Alpha Xi Delta, Pan-Hellenic Council 
3,4, Women's Recreation Association 3; 
Mountain Club 1,- French 1. 


NANCY M. THORNHILL 

Old Greenwich, Conn. 
AMERICAN LITERATURE 

Sigma Kappa, Corresponding Secretary 
3, Activities Chairman 4, Women's Un- 
dergraduate Association 1 ; House Board 
Member 1 ; Women's Forum 1,2, Winter 
Carnival 3,4 ; Choir 1; Campus 2,3,4; 
Religion Conference 3,4. 


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ROBERT J. TREVORROW, JR. 

Summit, N.J. 

ECONOMICS 

Delta Upsilon, Treasurer 3, Vice-Presi- 
dent 4 ; Inter-Fraternity Council 3,4; 
Board of Governors 1; Class Council 
Member 1; Sophomore Guide Co-Chair- 
man 2; Intramurals 1, 2,3,4. 





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MARTHA J. TUTTLE 

Binghamton, N.Y. 

FRENCH 

Delta Delta Delta, Corresponding Secre- 
tary 4 ; Women's Forum 1,2,3, 4, Board 
Member 3,4 ; Sophomore Guide Co-Cap- 
tain 2 ; Newman Club 1,2,3, 4, Mountain 
Club 1,2; Winter Carnival 1,2,3; French 
Club 1,2, 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Co- 
President 4 ; Kaleidoscope 1,2,3; Re- 
ligion Conference 2, Community Chest 
Drive 2, Blood Drive 2. 



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RACHAEL G. TRUE 

East Northfield, Mass. 

DRAMA 

Women's Forum 1,2,3; Winter Carn- 
ival 1,2, 3, 4 ; French Club 1, Players 

1,2,3, 4, Secretary 4, Cinema Club 4. 


ROBERT D. TURRAN 

Belmont, Mass. 
ECONOMICS 

Chi Psi; Junior Weekend Committee 3; 
Sophomore Guide 2 , Football 2,3,4. 
Track 3,4, Lacrosse 2; Intramurals 

1,2,3, 4. 




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HECKSCHER TWEED 


Madison, Conn. 


POLITICAL SCIENCE 



CAROLINE E. TUTTLE 

Brewster, N.Y. 

LATIN 

Pi Beta Phi, Assistant Treasurer 3, Treas- 
urer 4 ; House Board Member 2,4, Wo- 
men's Recreation Association 4 ; Women's 
Forum 1,2,3; Mountain Club 1; Winter 
Carnival 2; Dance Club 2 ; Kaleidoscope 
2,3; Culture Conference 3.4. Secretary 
4; Cinema Club 3,4. 


ANN C. TWITCHELL 

Burlington, Vt. 

AMERICAN LITERATURE 

Frontiers 1,2,3, 4, Cinema Club 2,3, 4 ; 
Photography Club 4. 


DANIEL R. VAN TASSEL 

Gloversville, N.Y. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Alpha Tau Omega,- Student Association 3, 
Men's Undergraduate Association 2,- 
Community Chest Drive 2,3,- Intramurals 
1 , 2 , 3 , 4 . 


A. KEITH VAN WINKLE 

Summit, NJ. 

ECONOMICS 

Delta Upsilon,- Junior Fellow 3; Blue Key 

2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Religion 
Conference 3,4 ; Community Chest Drive 
2; Soccer 1,2,3,4 ; Track 1,2; Intramurals 
1 ,2,3,4; Men's Athletic Council 3,4. 



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JOHN P. WALLACH 

Scarsdale, N.Y. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Zeta Psi; Dormitory President 1; En- 
quirers 1 , 2 , 3.4; French Club 2,4, German 
Club 3, Culture Conference 3,4, Cinema 
Club 3,4. 


PATRICIA A. WATT 

Lake Placid, N.Y. 
SOCIOLOGY 


JOHN L. VECCHIOLLA 

Needham, Mass. 
HISTORY 


VERONICA E. WAGGONER 

West Barrington, R.l. 
AMERICAN LITERATURE 


Kappa Kappa Gamma, Scholarship Chair- 
man 3, Social Chairman 4, Women's 
Forum 1,2; Mountain Club 1; Winter 
Carnival 1,2,3. 


Alpha Tau Omega, Proctor Hall House 
Committee 1,2; Newman Club 1,2,3, 4, 
Young Republicans 1 ,2,3,4; Yacht Club 
1,2; Winter Carnival 3; German Club 1; 
Intramurals 2,3. 


Student Association 4 ; Women's Forum 
1, 2,3,4; Chapel Cabinet 3,4; Canterbury 
Club 1,2, 3, 4, Publicity 3; Vestry 3,4, 
Mountain Club 1, 2,3,4; Winter Carnival 
1; French Club 1,2,3; Campus 1,2, 3,4, 
Exchange Editor 3; Kaleidoscope 2,3; 
Religion Conference 3. 


JEAN S. WALLER 

Baltimore, Md. 

ENGLISH 

Sigma Kappa, Scholarship Chairman 2, 
Recording Secretary 3, President 4 ; 
Student Association 2, Honor System 
Committee 2; Publicity Committee 2; 
Dormitory President 3; Women's Forum 
1,2,3, 4, Forum Board 2,3; Junior Coun- 
selor 3, Sophomore Guide 2; Mortar 
Board President 4 ; Mountain Club 1; 
Phi Beta Kappa 4. 


LYNNE K. WEBSTER 

Burlington, Vt. 

SOCIOLOGY 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, Treasurer 3, 
Public Relations Chairman 4, House 
Board Member 4, Women's Forum 1, 
2,3,4, Junior Counselor 3 ; Mortar 
Board Vice-President 4, Winter 
Carnival 1 ; Campus 1; Kaleidoscope 
2,3,4, Assistant Editor 3, Editor-in- 
Chief 4. 



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WALTER H. WELD 

Weston, Mass. 

HISTORY 

Alpha Tau Omega, President 4, 
Proctor Hall Recreation Committee 2; 
Junior Fellow 3; Sophomore Guide 2; 
Blue Key 4; Tennis 1,2,3, 4, Captain 
4 ; Intramurals 1,2,3, 4. 



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CLAIRE L. WATERHOUSE 

Philadelphia, Penn. 
ECONOMICS 

Delta Delta Delta, Rush Chairman 3, 
President, 4, Dormitory President 3 ; 
Freshman Council 1; Junior Weekend 
Entertainment Committee 3; Sophomore 
Guide 2. 



DEBORAH A. WELLS 

Upper Montclair, N.J. 

FINE ARTS 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, Philanthropy 
Chairman 3, Recording Secretary 4, 
House Board Member 4, Women's Forum 
1,2,3, 4 ; Forum Board 2 ; Canterbury 
Club 2,3,4; Mountain Club 1,2, 3, 4, French 
Club 4. 



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WILLIS WENDELL III 

Glenmont, N.Y. 

ECONOMICS 

Delta Kappa Epsilon, Rushing Chairman 
3; Young Republicans 3,4, Mountain 
Club 1, 2,3,4; ROTC Guards 3,4; Ski Patrol 
2,3,4, Skiing 1; Track 3,4, Lacrosse 1; 
Men's Intramurals 1,2,3, 4 


JUDITH K. WILLIAMS 

Poultney, Vt. 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 






Kappa Kappa Gamma, House Chairman 4 ; 
Proctor Hall Social Committee 2; Winter 
Carnival 2,3,4, Campus 1; Kaleidoscope 
2,3. 



SALLY G. WILLIAMS 

Montville, N.J. 

FRENCH 

House Board Member 1 ; Women's Forum 
1,2; International Relations Club 1; 
SANE 2; French Club 2; Cinema Club 2,4. 


LINDA L. WENTWORTH 

Ridgewood, N.J. 

RUSSIAN 

Women's Forum 1; Russian Club 1,2, 3,4, 
Social Chairman 3, President 4. 


GORDON R. WERNER, JR. 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 

BIOLOGY 

Alpha Tau Omega, Steward 4 ; Winter 
Carnival 3,4 ; Intramurals 2,3,4; Rifle 
Team 1. 



G. EDWARD WILSON 

Needham, Mass. 
MATHEMATICS 

Sophomore Guide 2; Band 1, 2,3.4, In 
tramurals 1,2; Dance Band 2,3,4. 



JOHN J. WINKLER 

Great Neck, N.Y. 
ENGLISH 

Sophomore Guide 2. 


THOMAS W. WINTER 

Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. 

BIOLOGY 

Hillel 1,2,3, 4, Board Member 3,4 ; 
SANE 2,4; Mountain Club 1, 2,3,4; 
Winter Carnival 1,2,3; Band 1; WRMC 
1; Freshman Choir 1. 


PRISCILLA E. WITT 

Congers, N.Y. 

SOCIOLOGY 

Sigma Kappa, Philanthropy Assistant 
Chairman 2, Standards Representa- 
tive 4 ; House Board Member 4 ; Wo- 
men's Forum 1,2,3,4 ; Winter Carnival 
2; Band 1,2. 







PETER K. WOOD 

Hopkinton, Mass. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Alpha Tau Omega, Social^ Chairman 4, 
Junior Weekend Committed; Sophomore 
Guide 2; Newman Club 1 ,2,3,4, Vice Presi- 
dent .3; Mountain Club 1,2, 3,4, Winter 
Carnival 1,2, 3, 4, Ice Show Committee 
Chairman 3; Band 1,2,3; Dance Club 1,2; 
Track 1,2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Proctor 4. 



WILLIAM V. WOODWARD 

Springfield, Mass. 

ENGLISH 

Alpha Tau Omega, Pledge master 4 ; 
Freshman Council 1; Newman Club 2,3,4, 
Dance Club 1,2,3; Intramurals 2,3,4; 
Theater 1,2. 



STEVEN M. YEROW 

Worcester, Mass. 

CHEMISTRY 

Hillel, 1,2, 3,4, Chairman 4, International 
Relations Club 3,- French Club 4 ; German 
Club 1 ,2,3,4; Players 3,4 ; Kaleidoscope 4. 



CARL S. YOUNG 

Camillus, N.Y. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Delta Upsilon, House Manager 3 ; Sopho- 
more Guide 2; International Relations 
Club 4 ; Carnival Publicity Committee 4 ; 
Culture Conference 3; Soccer 2,3,4, 
Freshman Basketball 1; Baseball 2 ; In- 
tramurals 2,3,4. 



DONALD K. YEOMANS 

Rochester, N.Y. 
MATHEMATICS 

Sigma Epsilon, Rushing Chairman 3, 
Vice President' 4 ; Junior Fellow 3; Soph- 
omore Guide 2; Blue Key 3,4, ROTC 
Guards 2; Community Chest Drive 3; 
Football 1,2; Lacrosse 2,3,4, Captain 4 ; 
Intramurals 1,2,3,4 ; Men's Athletic 
Council 4. 



DENNIS G. ZAROTNEY 

Kensington, Conn. 

HISTORY 

Kappa Delta Rho, Secretary 4 ; Men's 
Judicial Council 4, Junior Fellow 3; 
Religion Conference 3,4, Basketball 2 ; 
Freshman Basketball 1, Intramurals 1, 
2,3,4 


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HOWARD L. CANAAN 

CALVIN B. LEMAN 

Fair Lawn, NJ. 

ENGLISH 

Hillel 1; Debators 1,2. 

Portage, Pa. 

CHEMISTRY 


BRADFORD W. CASWELL, JR. 

Rome, N.Y. 

GEOLOGY 

PETER D. MEYER 

Great Neck, N.Y. 

HISTORY 

International Relations Club 3,4, SANE 

Program Chairman 2; Carnival Ice Show 

1; Culture Conference 3,4, Co-chairman 

4 ; Cinema Club 2,3,4. 

GEORGE M. CUMMINS III 

Winnetka, III. 

ENGLISH 

Phi Beta Kappa 4. 

ELIZABETH R. RAMSEY 

Rochester, N.Y. 

ECONOMICS 

College Orchestra 1; Campus 1, Blood 

Drive 1,2. 

PAUL S. FAVA 

New Rochelle, N.Y. 

GEOGRAPHY 

Delta Upsilon, Pledge Chairman 3,4; 

Junior Weekend Committee 3; Newman 

Club 1,2, 3,4; Young Democrats 3,4; 

Winter Carnival 1,2; ROTC Guards 1,2; 

Dance Club 2; Varsity Football 1,2,3, 4, 

Freshman Basketball 1 ; Varsity Base- 
ball 1; Intramurals 1, 2,3,4. 

RODNEY W. ROACH 

Chappaqua, N.Y. 

SPANISH 

Delta Kappa Epsilon,- Freshman Orienta- 
tion Activities Committee 2,3,- Mountain 

Club 1,2, 3,4, Carnival Committee 1,2; 

Dissipated Eight 1,2,- Freshman Basket- 
ball 1; Freshman Lacrosse 1; Intramurals 

1,2, 3, 4; Otter Creek Ramblers 2,3,4. 

ROBERT J. FINKELSTEIN 

Scarsdale, N.Y. 

PHILOSOPHY 

SANE 2,3,4; Enquirers 2,3,4. 

JON M. STOLK 

West Nyack, N.Y. 

CHEMISTRY 

Alpha Sigma Psi, Rush Chairman 3,- 
Freshman Basketball 1 ; Intramurals 

1,2, 3, 4. 

PETER E. GERBIC 

Farmington, Conn. 

FINE ARTS 

Chi Psi. 

HARRY W. TICEHURST 

Fair Haven, N.J. 

GEOGRAPHY 

PHILLIP T. HALL, JR. 

Worcester, Mass. 

AMERICAN LITERATURE 

Delta Kappa Epsilon,- Sophomore Guide 2 ; 

Mountain Club 1 ,2,- Carnival Committee 1 ; 

ROTC Guards 1,2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1,2, 3,4. 

Delta Kappa Epsilon,- Mountain Club 

1; Men's Glee Club 1; WRMC 1 ; Intra- 
murals 1,2,3, 4. 

JOHN H. WARNK 

New Canaan, N.Y. 

ENGLISH 

Sigma Epsilon. 

RONALD J. LACHARITE 

Fairview, Mass. 

GERMAN 

JAMES F. WOODWARD 

Hawthorne, Mass. 

PHYSICS 

Phi Kappa Tau,- Student Association 2,3,4,- 
CFEC Chairman 3,- Spanish Club 4 ; In- 
tramurals 3,4. 


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In Memoriam 



Julianna Johnson 


Richard Rapp 








KALEIDOSCOPE, 1964 


Lynne Webster . . . 

Neil Moss 

Christine Thierfelder 
Frederick Griffith . . 
James Doane 


Editor-in-Chief 

Business Manager 

Assistant Editor 

Managing Editor 

. . . . Photography Editor 
Alice Johnson 


Pamela Nottage 

Carolyn Breckenridge . 

Albert Reilly 

John Butler 

Lynn Hinman 

Typing Editor 


. . Literary Editor 

Art Editor 

. . . Sports Editor 

Advisor 

Financial Advisor 


LAYOUT 


SCHEDULING 


Tina Albright 

Lynne Baird 

Lynn Baird 

Donna Bliss 

Donna Bliss 

Nancy Jope 

Linda Curtiss 

Christine Kandari 

Diane Kepple 

Marilyn Madden 

James Miller 

Laura Melville 

Wendy Miller 

Pamela Platts 

Willard Nalchajian 

Wendy Pohlman 

Alex Neely 

Peter Stuart 

Laura Preston 

Maris Swan 

Sandy Shaw 

Judy Vollmer 

Val Somers 

Lynne White 

Eric Tunis 

Mary Wilson 

Judy Vollmer 

Diane Zaremba 

Richard Watson 

Clark Wiley 

Robert Wishart 

PHOTOGRAF 

BUSINESS 

Robert Royer 

Carol Hines 

Neil Moss 


LITERARY 

Alex Connelly 
Robin Flint 
Marilyn Gowdy 
Ruth Ann Haas 
Clark Wiley 

ART 

Sara Brown 
Lynn Fulton 
Anne Parker 


TYPING 

Cheryl Jillson 
Alice Johnson 
Diane Kepple 
Marta Kimball 
Sue La Force 
Nancy Logan 
Alex Neely 
Wendy Pohlman 


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 


Mr. John Butler for advice and assistance. 

Mr. Lynn Hinman for advice on financial matters. 

Mr. John Kelly, Vantines Studios, for professional photography. 

Mr. Max Peterson, Editor, News Services, for help with photography. 

Mr. Donald Quigley for help with layout. 

Mr. Benjamin Rogers for photographs of dramatic productions. 

And our sincere appreciation to all those who contributed photographs or in 
any way aided the publication of the 1964 Kaleidoscope. 


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ADVERTISING INDEX 


Abernethy Clarkson Wright, Inc 203 

The Alibi 210 

Bakery Lane 212 

Beckwith & Smith 202 

The Belmont 206 

Benjamin Brothers 204 

Brown's Auto Parts 212 

Brush Motors, Inc 204 

Burlington Drug 203 

Burlington Savings Bank 212 

Champlain Valley Fruit Co 200 

Chittenden Trust Co 208 

College Town Shop 200 

Dawson's College Shop 200 

The Dog Team 200 

Doria's 202 

A. Emilo Coal and Oil Co 206 

Emilo's IGA 210 

Fisher Travel Service 202 

Foley's 207 

Goodro Lumber Co 201 

Grand View Lodge and Cabins 205 

IGA 214 

Lindholm's 213 

Lockwood's Restaurant 213 

Middlebury Bowling Lanes 203 


Middlebury College Book Store 206 

Middlebury College Crest Room 211 

Middlebury Hardware & Ski Shop 205 

Middlebury Inn 202 

Monument Farms Dairy 210 

National Bank of Middlebury 21 1 

Oriental Rug Shop 209 

John C. Paige and Co 213 

Palmer's Dairy 208 

F. J. Preston & Son 208 

Provoncha's Esso Station 205 

H. G. Roebuck and Son, Inc 216 

Serviss Mattress and Upholstering Co. ... 21 1 

Sewards Dairy Bar 212 

Shepard and Hamelle 202 

Skihaus 209 

A. C. Taber Co 201 

The Tops 214 

Upson & Innis 201 

Warren Kay Vantine Studios 215 

Vermont Book Shop 207 

Vermont Drug 201 

Vermont Paper Corp 209 

Vermont Structural Steel 203 

W. H. Waite, Inc 205 

Waybury Inn 204 


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DAWSON’S COLLEGE SHOP 


Mens and Women s 


CAMPUS CLOTHES 

COMPLETE SKI SHOP 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

A. C. TABER CO. 

E. T. LANGEVIN, Proprietor 



THE DOG TEAM 

WHERE MIDDLEBURY CELEBRATES 
4 Miles North off of U. S. 7 DU 8-7651 


G. J. Lumbra, / resident Compliments of 



Burlington, Vermont 



Beverages , Fresh Produce , and Frozen Produce 


200 


UPSON and 


pine equality printing jor 


INNIS 


all ijour nee 



GOODRO LUMBER CO. 

BUILDING MATERIALS — PAINT — HARDWARE 


VERMONT DRUG, INC 

The Rexall Store 

Two Registered Pharmacists 



Middlebury Vermont 

DU 8-4977 


BETTER LUMBER FOR BETTER HOMES 
East Middlebury, Vermont 


YARNS and GIFTS 

COLLEGE TOWN SHOP 


FILM PROCESSING 


72 Main Street 


FISHER TRAVEL SERVICE 

Compliments of 

reservations for all travel needs 

The Middlebury Inn 

MEMBER 

vASTfll 

and 

The Pine Room 

DU. 8-2362 

“Serving Students And Parents 

73 Main St. — Middlebury 

lor Generations” 

See 

SHEPARD & HAMELLE 

JIM HIGGINS 

for „ " .. 

Men's a\d Boys’ 

Friendly and 

Clothing and Furnishings 

Expert Service 

24 Church St. Burlington, Vt. 

BECKWITH & SMITH, INC. 


1 mile South on Route 7 


Middlebury, Vermont 

DOR M S 

CHEVROLET - BUICK 


PONTIAC - OLDSMOB1LE 



202 


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Compliments of 


BURLINGTON DRUG CO. 



Congratulations 

to 

THE CLASS 
OF 

1964 ! 


Commencement for many of you means you are going out into the world into 
business and professional life. 

Whatever your work in the future, the Vermont Structural Steel Corporation 
reminds you that in life, as in construction, quality depends on materials. Put 
into your life the best that you have to offer, and you will always have cause 
to be proud. 


VERMONT STRUCTURAL c s ^V* 


Plant and Warehouse Telephone 4-9844 Burlington 207 FLYNN AVENUE 

BURLINGTON. VT. 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

MIDDLEBURY BOWLING LANES, INC. 

Route #7 South 


Middlebury, Vermont 


(^ 3 ^^ Uy s 


Abernethy Clarkson 


Wright, Inc. 

VERMONT'S FOREMOST 
DEPARTMENT STORE 


2 Church Street 


Burlington, Vt. 


203 


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H. H. CURTISS 
R. C. KINGSLEY 


'Clic i'Dauburu Inn 

Os 

EAST MIDDLEBURY • VERMONT 


BENJAMIN BROTHERS 
DRY CLEANERS 


SHIRTS LAUNDERED 


80 MAIN STREET 
MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT 
Telephone DU. 8-2902 


Try Our Coin Operated Laundry and 
Dry Cleaning Service 


BRUSH MOTORS, INC. 

Ford and Mercury 
f-alcon and Comet 
Willys 

Body repair — Bear Front End Service 
24 Hour Towing Service 
Phone DU 8-4985 

Route 7 Middlebury 


204 




PROVONCHA ESSO STATION 

“MOOSE” PROVONCHA, Proprietor 
MIDDLEBURY 


Middlebury Hardware 

and 

Middlebury Ski Shop 


“Where EVERYTHING is guaranteed” 


Phone DU 8-4374 

Owners — Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Fern 


GRAND VIEW LODGE AND CABINS 

14 Mile North of Middlebury 

W. H. WAITE, INC. 

on U. S. Route #7 

FINE FURNITURE 


49 Main 


Middlebury, Vermont 





THE COLLEGE STORE 


Redfield Proctor Hall 


A. EMILO COAL & OIL CO. 


Building Materials 
Your Home Improvement Center 
Esso Oil 


DU 8-2721 Middlebury, Vt. 


THE BELMONT 

FOR THE BEST IN 
HOME COOKED FOODS 

Specializing in 

Pizzas - Italian Grinders - Spaghetti 
and Meat Balls 

Under New Management 

Your Host - SALVADORE 

DU. 8-2524 


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THE VERMONT BOOR SHOP 


has enjoyed serving you for four years . If there is no good book store 
where you live , may we suggest that you order by mail from us? Our 
clerks are fairly efficient , and we like to keep their little hands busy. 


FOLEY’S 

LAUNDERERS — DRY CLEANERS 
LINEN RENTAL SERVICE 


Rutland, Vt. 


Phone PR 3-3367 


207 



DU. 8-4917 

DIAMONDS 

AND OTHER PRECIOUS GEMS 

CHITTENDEN 

Mountings 

Fine Jewelry and Silverware 

TRUST COMPANY 

EXCELLENT ENGRAVING DIAMOND SETTING 

Addison County Division 


“THE GOOD WILL BANK” 

F. J. PRESTON & SON, INC. 

"Jewelers in Vermont For Over 100 V ears” 

MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT 

( ERTIFIED G E M O LOG I SI’S AND REGISTERED JEWELERS 

AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY 

Member of the 

federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 

17 UPPER CHURCH STREET 

BURLINGTON, VERMONT 

A Complete Line of Fresh Dairy Products 

MIDDLEBURY 

BRISTOL 

DU. 8-4892 


208 


VERMONT PAPER CORP. 


FLYN. AVENUE BURLINGTON, VERMONT 


Telephone 2-0035 


j^ktljans 


SKI & SPORT SHOP 


MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT 


ORIENTAL RUG SHOP 

92 GROVE STREET 
RUTLAND, VERMONT 

FOR THE FINEST IN 
ORIENTAL & DOMESTIC CARPETS 

Broad loom and Wall to Wall Carpeting 
Numdahs, Hooks, Braids is: Needlepoints 

ALSO 

Cleaning, Repairing fc Storage 

Phone: PR. 5-5822 

For Free Pick-up & Delivery Service 




The warmest spot in town . . . 


THE 

ALIBI 

Best Wishes to the Class of ’64 
from CRISS and GEORGE 



MONUMENT FARMS DAIRY 

Richard W. James & Sons 


RD. 1, MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT 
Tel. 545-2478 or 2476 



Compliments of Emilo’s IGA Store 




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1831 1964 

THE NATIONAL BANK 
of Middlebury, Vt. 

CAPITAL $200,000 

SURPLUS $350,000 

Member of the 

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 

Serving the Students ol Middlebury College 
and the People of Middlebury and the 
Surrounding Towns for 133 years. 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

SERVISS 

MATTRESS 

AND 

UPHOLSTERING 

COMPANY 


139 Grove St. 
Rutland, Vermont 



MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE 
CREST ROOM 


Your Regular Stopping Place in Burlington and Rutland 


SEWARDS Dairy Bar — Restaurants 


on Route 7 



Susie Seward 


BAKERY LANE FOOD SHOP 


5 Bakery Lane 


Middlebury, Vt. 


Stephen Baker 


DU 8-2142 


BROWN’S 

AUTO PARTS 


H7 YEARS 

OFSERV/CE 
TO THE AREA 




tea s 


• ■ 3"ai » - ! r T ! 5 

• r r — ^ i '. " " !i ' ^ 

__Skkjli^ I-' BBiil 


A Mutual Savings Bank 


Burlington Savings Bank 

VERMONT'S LARGEST BANK 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 


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H. Curtiss Dietrich 
Theodore P. Whittemore, Jr. 

Robert K. Watson 
Norman A. Ferguson 

JOHN C. PAIGE & COMPANY 

INSURANCE 
40 Broad Street 
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

College, School and Camp Department 

SPECIALISTS IN THE FIELD OF STUDENTS’ 

ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS INSURANCE PLANS 


John F. Watson 
Waldo M. Hatch 
Anthony Faunce 
Daniel A. Carpenter, Jr. 


LINDHOLM’S 


TO THE CLASS OF ’64 


Volkswagen Dealer 
Sport’s Center 
Diner-Restaurant 


The Best That Life Has to Offer 


Corner Routes 4 and 7 


Rutland 


Lockwood's Restaurant 


Mr. and Mrs. 


C. E. Breiner, Prop. 


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